EMO advises caution around waterways
New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization is reminding residents who live or work along waterways in the province to be cautious.
Environment Canada says the milder temperatures and rainfall will contribute to faster snow melt over the next few days.
Heavy rainfall and the melting snowpack may cause localized flooding and ice breakup could raise the water levels.
People can report ice jams by calling 1-800-561-4034.