July started off warm and dry in Greater Moncton but once it started raining at mid-month it didn’t know when to stop.
The rain ushered in a lot of clouds and much cooler weather with a couple overnight lows dipping into the single digits.
Finally the last week of the month brought back some heat but Southeast New Brunswick has failed to reach 30 C since May.
JULY 2015 ALMANAC (at Greater Moncton International Airport)
AVERAGE HIGH 24.4 C
AVERAGE LOW 12.7 C
AVERAGE 18.6 C (about 0.2 degrees BELOW NORMAL)
EXTREME HIGH 29.4 (31 July)
EXTREME LOW 8.5 C (17 July)
RAINFALL 81.0 mm (about 10 percent BELOW NORMAL)
(Data courtesy Environment Canada over 30-year average 1981-2010)