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"a month's worth of snow fell in a few hours."
"About 32 per cent of your annual snowfall occurs after Feb. 22. You have shovelled about two-thirds of it on average, but you still have a third to go."

David Phillips, Environment Canada's senior climatologist.

We got about 48 cm, or just under 20 inches of snow.


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Fiddlehead Cobra

The Fiddlehead Cobra is not native to New Brunswick. It is a very dangerous semi-aquatic snake and looks remarkably like our native fiddleheads when it is ready to strike. Rather than than spreading, the cobra's hood curls up, which apparently allows it to extend it's strike range.

It is not known for sure, but it is assumed that it entered through the Port of Miramichi. Neither the Federal or the Provincial governments have discussed the effects of recent cutbacks on the likelihood of their reduced inspections leading to the rapid spreading of this deadly invader.

The Fiddlehead Cobra has no known natural predators. Exact numbers and the extent of affected areas is not known.