Iqaluit warmer than Moncton!

A=Iqaluit, B=Moncton (Courtesy Google Maps)

You know it’s a cold day in June when the thermometer is actually warmer in the eastern Arctic than here in Southeast New Brunswick.

The high in Iqaluit, Nunavut was 15.3 C yesterday while the high in Moncton was only 9.7 C!

Data from Environment Canada shows that it was the coldest June high in our region since 2000 when the maximum was a mere 7.4 C on June 7th of that year.

Even today, the forecast high for Iqaluit is 13 C while here in Moncton we are only expecting a high of 10 C.

Warmer, more seasonable weather is in the forecast starting tomorrow with a  high of 17 C and a return to 20’s C by the weekend.


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