Spring is definitely in the air in New Brunswick today.
Environment Canada meteorologist Linda Libby says a warm air mass over the region could push temperatures into record territory today.
“We’re looking at daytime highs anywhere from the high single digits up to the mid-teens Celsius in New Brunswick today depending on your location,” Libby notes.
The warm air mass, which originated in the American South, broke records in Ontario and Quebec yesterday.
The record high in Moncton for this date is 13.5 degrees from 1995 and in Saint John the record is 9.4 degrees from 2010.
(Courtesy News 91.9 Radio Moncton)