While most of Canada basks in mid-summer heat, New Brunswickers are shivering after several days of below normal temperatures which are more typical of September than July.
A cool air mass with northerly winds moved in after severe thunderstorms pushed out a warm, humid air mass Tuesday night.
Keep in mind the normals for this time of year in Greater Moncton are:
HIGH 26 C
LOW 14 C
Wed, July 13, HIGH 18.5 C, LOW 8.0 C
Thu, July 14, HIGH 16.9 C, LOW 8.0 C
Fri, July 15, HIGH 20.5, LOW 10.6 C
Temperatures did recover somewhat today and are expected to increase dramatically tomorrow with a high near 30 C expected in Southeast New Brunswick.
(All temperature stats courtesy of Environment Canada)