Heavy rain last weekend has members of New Brunswick's Emergency Measures Organization on high alert.
Karl Wilmot, co-ordinator of the organization's River Watch, believes that events are unfolding as predicted.
He says fluctuating levels will continue over the next few days on the St John River.
The recent dumping of heavy rain and the ongoing snowmelt in the northern portion of the province is constantly changing the levels.
On a good note, an ice jam that formed in Saint-Leonard has let go without any flooding problems.
Wilmot says officials are pleased with the situation so far.
However, unpredictable weather changes could cause a shift in water levels, he cautions.
Due to the instability, Wilmot says the best advice his organization can offer people is to take precautions, including moving items to higher ground.
Forecasters at The Weather Network say another system is moving into New Brunswick on Wednesday.
“It'll mainly be a snow and ice pellet event, but there could be some rain on the southern shore,” explains Rob Davis, a meteorologist with The Weather Network.
According to forecast data, some places could see up to 15 cm of snow by the time the system moves through.
“Additionally, the region could see another shot of wet weather over the weekend,” Davis warns.
To stay up to date on conditions in your area, tune in to the Weather Network. Local forecasts come up every 10 minutes on the 10's.
With files from Fredericton Gleaner