Double flash freeze in southern N.B.

Courtesy Facebook/Cindy Day

Courtesy Facebook/Cindy Day

Temperatures have been on a wild rollercoaster ride in Greater Moncton over the past few days.

A frigid Saturday morning low of -21 C became +3 C by later that evening and precipitation changed from snow to rain.

After a high of +4 Sunday morning, the temperature fell sharply throughout the day to -16 C which led to a flash freeze.

Today the temperature rose dramatically until it reached +6 C by late afternoon with more rain.

Environment Canada issued another flash freeze warning tonight as the thermometer tumbles to a forecast low of -15 C by tomorrow morning.



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