Missed it by that much!

Downtown Moncton in the distance from atop Magnetic Hill, 07 Sept 2015 (Dearing)

Downtown Moncton in the distance from atop Magnetic Hill, 07 Sept 2015 (Dearing)


A record high was very close to being broken in Greater Moncton yesterday when the thermometer hit a scorching 32.0 C and the humidex peaked at 39.

The record was 32.2 C set in 1945 – close but no cigar as the saying goes!

The hotspot in New Brunswick was in Miramichi yesterday at 32.5 C and records were broken in Bouctouche and Caraquet.

After a cooler day with some much needed rain today, Environment Canada is forecasting a return to warmer weather in the mid-20s Celsius for the next couple of days.

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