The warmest weather so far in 2013 has enveloped New Brunswick.
Due to the heat, Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for the province warning of high humidex values reaching or exceeding 40 in some areas.
In Greater Moncton yesterday, a new record of 31.6°C was set breaking the old one of 31.4°C from 1983.
The hotspot yesterday in New Brunswick was Kouchibouguac at 33.2°C which was also a new record and today it was also a record-setting 33.8°C.
Today, Greater Moncton has broken another record at 32.7°C beating the 1983 record of 30.6°C and the humidex reached a scorching 41.