Topsy Turvy Spring

Moncton skyline looking east, 11 April 2012 (Dearing photo)

A rollercoaster ride is likely the best way to describe spring in New Brunswick.

Afterall last Sunday 22 cm of snow fell in Greater Moncton while today, we came very close to setting a new record – official high today was 18.9 C while the record is 19.4 C from 1994.

The hotspot in the province was Fredericton at 22.3 C and new records were set at Alma 18.2 C, Kouchibouguac 18.1 C and Saint John (Airport) 16.3 C.

More warm weather is on the way with Environment Canada forecasting a high of 22 C in Greater Moncton for the next two days – so look for more records to fall!


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