Month: May 2009

May 2009 – Finally spring!

After a cold and dismal April in Greater Moncton, May turned out to be a welcome change with temperatures slightly above normal and precipitation slightly below normal. Daytime highs surpassed 20 C on eight days during the month and almost… Read More ›

Snow in Newfoundland

I can’t remember a May as snowy as this one across Canada as this month has been. The Prairies have been battling snow, in some cases heavy amounts, virtually all-month long. This morning, many Newfoundlanders woke up to about 5… Read More ›

More snow in the West!

Winter just doesn’t seem to want to let go across the West. Heavy snow fell in parts of northern British Columbia today as well as Alberta and Saskatchewan. As much as 30 cm’s fell in some areas which seems almost… Read More ›

Winter lingers in the West

Victoria Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to summer in Canada so it may have come as a surprise when many Manitobans woke up to snow yesterday. It may seem ridiculous even for Manitoba which already endures one of the… Read More ›

Forest fire in Dieppe

High winds as strong as 80 km/h helping fan the flames of a forest fire in Dieppe today. The blaze, near the Greater Moncton Airport, was not immediately threatening any properties. Several fire departments responded and water bombers were called… Read More ›

Springtime in the Park

Springtime is perfect for taking a walk in the park especially in Greater Moncton today with a partly cloudy sky and a temperature in the low 20’s C. Mapleton Park in Moncton is now abuzz with wildlife including ducks, small birds… Read More ›