Chilly end to spring

A bed of tulips in Moncton, 30 May 2014 (Dearing)

A bed of tulips in Moncton, 30 May 2014 (Dearing)

It comes as no surprise, but temperatures are almost as chilly on the last day of spring in Southeast New Brunswick as they were on the first day of the season.

In Greater Moncton, the daytime high barely reached 14 C on Friday which is at least 8 C below normal for late June.

A cold front moved through the region last night which brought thunderstorms including hail in some areas and temperatures dropped considerably as as result.

Environment Canada is predicting summer like temperatures will return on Sunday.

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