Record cold in N.B.

A frosty car window in Moncton, 29 May 2014 (Facebook)

A frosty car window in Moncton, 29 May 2014 (Facebook)

We just can’t seem to catch a warm break in New Brunswick this spring – some have even dubbed this month as Mayvember given that May has often felt like a typical November.

Heavy frost covered the province this morning as temperatures dipped below freezing in many areas.

Environment Canada reports Greater Moncton set a new record low today of -1.4 C beating the previous low of -1.1 C from 1974.

Saint John also set a new low of -2.3 C which was colder than the old record of -1.0 C from 2000.

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2 thoughts on “Record cold in N.B.

  1. Pingback: Record cold in New Brunswick | Deft News

  2. ? Ice ages start with longer cold periods and shorter summers. Hmm.

    What is the planting date to avoid the last frost?

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