Some parts of New Brunswick actually saw snow accumulate early in the month but it didn’t cover the ground in Moncton until the 14th and it didn’t become plowable snow on the roads until a Nor’easter blew through on the 26-27th.
Temperatures went on a real rollercoaster ride late in the month with a record-breaking maximum of 18.0 C on the 25th to a bone-chilling minimum of -14.6 C on the 29th.
NOVEMBER 2014 ALMANAC (at the Greater Moncton International Airport)
Average HIGH. 5.8 C
Average LOW. -3.4 C
AVERAGE. 1.2 C (0.7 degrees BELOW normal)
Extreme HIGH. 18.0 C (25 Nov)
Extreme LOW. -14.6 C (29 Nov)
RAINFALL. 94.2 (slightly ABOVE normal)
SNOWFALL. 55.8 cm (more than 120 percent ABOVE normal)
(Data courtesy Environment Canada, 1981-2010)