Figures from Environment Canada show Wednesday's snow storm hit Miramichi the hardest

Much of New Brunswick is cleaning up after being pounded by a winter snow storm.

Figures from Environment Canada show Miramichi was the heaviest hit with a total accmumulation of snow of up to 55cm in some areas.

Bas-Caraquet was in second place with 34cm to 44cm of snow while Bathurst came in sixth with a total snowfall of 28cm. 

The strongest winds were experienced in Miscou with gusts reaching 83 km/h followed by Bathurst at 74 km/h.

Summary of snowfall in centimetres: 

Miramichi 20 to 55 
Bas Caraquet: 34 to 44 
Red Pines: 33 
McNamee: 33 
Millville: 30 
Bathurst: 28 
Kouchibouguac: 28 
Doaktown: 27 
Shediac: 27 
Fundy Park: 26 
Charlo: 24 
St-Quentin 23 
Madawaska, Maine: 23 
Moncton: 21 
Bouctouche: 20 
Dorchester: 20 
Mechanic Settlement: 18 
Fredericton: 15 
Gagetown: 9 
Saint John: 5 
St. Stephen: 2 
Peak wind gusts in kilometers per hour: 

Miscou Island 83 
Bathurst 74 
Miramichi 67 
Saint John 67
Summary of rainfall in millimetres: 

Grand Manan: 30 
Saint John: 25 
Point Lepreau: 24 
Fundy Park: 19 
St. Stephen: 13 
Mechanic Settlement: 6 
Fredericton: 5 
Moncton: 5 
Bouctouche: 5 
Gagetown: 3