Flooding hits southern N.B., with flash freeze warning for most of province

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A rain and wind storm swept through New Brunswick on Wednesday, but temperatures quickly started dropping early on Thursday.

Schools in the Anglophone South, Anglophone East, Anglophone North and Francophone Northeast districts are closed. 

Francophone South closed all schools as well, except for those in the Fredericton and Oromocto area.

Francophone Northwest and Anglophone West schools are open, with some bus delays.

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Flash freeze warnings are affecting most of the province, with some rainfall warnings still in effect for the south and a wind warning for the Acadian Peninsula. (Tina Simpkin/CBC)

Environment Canada issued a flash freeze warning for much of New Brunswick, saying pooling water,

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