It felt more like September than November in Greater Moncton today when the thermometer climbed to 18.1 C beating the old record of 17.3 from 1984.
The warmest spot in the province was Fredericton at 19.8 C eclipsing 17.9 C from 1995.
Environment Canada says other records fell in Bouctouche at 19.3 C and Point Lepreau at 15.7 C.
Some hit the beach (although the water was too cold for a swim) while others decided it was a good day to put up Christmas lights and decorations.
To put things in perspective, our friends in the West are shivering with a high in Regina, SK today of only -9.6 C!