After a warmer than average May in Southeast New Brunswick, hopes were high that June would follow suit but that was not the case.
Environment Canada reports the average monthly temperature was 1.5 C below normal in Greater Moncton with precipitation about 50 percent higher than usual.
Overnight lows were generally cool throughout the month and the maximum temperature barely climbed to 27 C.
Heavy rainfall from post-tropical storm Bill in the last third of the month caused flooding in the low lying areas of Sackville and Amherst.
JUNE 2015 ALMANAC at the Greater Moncton International Airport
Average HIGH. 19.5 C
Average LOW. 7.9 C
AVERAGE. 13.7 C (about 1.5 degrees BELOW average)
Extreme HIGH. 26.6 C (13 June)
Extreme LOW. 2.3 C (04 June)
Rainfall. 147.2 mm (about 65 percent ABOVE normal)
(Data courtesy Environment Canada from 30-year average 1981-2010)