While June was wet and somewhat cool, July was just the opposite in Southeastern New Brunswick.
The month saw above normal temperatures and well below normal precipitation.
Daytime highs were mostly well into the high 20’s C, with two days climbing above 30 C, and overnight lows were very mild mainly in the mid to high teens C.
The first two-thirds of the month were virtually rain-free, with the bulk of the precipitation falling in the last 10 days of the month.
JULY 2008 Almanac
Average HIGH 26.7
Average LOW 14.6
AVERAGE 20.7 (2.1 C above normal)
Extreme HIGH 31.7
Extreme LOW 11.1
Rainfall 64 mm (about 40% below normal)