More NB records fall

For the second day in a row, new record highs were set across New Brunswick thanks to warm air which pushed north from the Gulf of Mexico.

Greater Moncton was close but no cigar today with a high of 17.8 C and a record of 18.0 C from 1982.

Environment Canada reports many other communities did break records today:

Bouctouche 17.9 C (old record 16.4 C from 2010)

Fredericton 17.5 C (old record 17.2 C from 1982)

Caraquet 16.5 C (old record 10.5 C from 2010)


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