Double digit daytime highs!

Melting in Moncton, 08 March 2012 (Dearing photo)

Melting in Moncton, 08 March 2012 (Dearing photo)

Southeast New Brunswick has endured a long, harsh winter and a lousy spring to date, so when the temperature finally climbs above 10°C there is reason to celebrate.

The daytime high in Greater Moncton today was 11.4°C and the last time the temperature reached double digits was on 12 January during a prolonged thaw.

The mild weather and slightly above normal temperatures will continue tomorrow but Environment Canada has issued a rainfall warning for the region with as much as 50 mm expected along the Fundy coast.

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