**Updated** 'No major impacts' from weekend rainfall: EMO

New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization says no major impacts have been reported following this weekend's heavy rain.

Spokesperson Robert Duguay told our newsroom Sunday morning that the only reported incident was some flooding in downtown Doaktown due to drainage problems.

Duguay said water levels remain "very high" along the St. John River – above flood stage in many areas – and will stay there for most of the week.

He said another 10 to 20 millimetres of rain is in the forecast in the coming days, but Duguay said water levels are expected to remain steady.

High water levels along the St. John River have led to a number of road closures in the Fredericton area.

As of Sunday morning, Route 105 is closed between Bluebird Corner and Jemseg, and only local residents with resident passes are being allowed through.

Richard Cummings, deputy chief of the Oromocto Fire Department, said in a Facebook post Sunday morning that water levels jumped about 10 centimetres between midnight and 5:30 a.m., reaching 6.1 metres at Maugerville.

"Roadblocks are now in place and we are in the process of setting up a second distribution point for passes at [Bluebird Corner]," said Cummings.

Route 690 is also closed from Route 105 to Route 670, and from Douglas Harbour to Pond Stream Road due to flooding.

Officials are urging people to stay away from rivers, streams and tributaries as water levels are high, fast and cold, and they could be carrying debris.

EMO director Greg MacCallum told reporters Friday that water levels would rise as a result of this weekend's rainfall, but were not expected to be anywhere near record levels seen in the past.

A full list of road closures can be found on the River Watch website, where you can also find the latest flooding information.