First snow flurries of fall!

Crooked Creek Lookoff, Riverside-Albert, NB, 18 October 2015 (Dearing)

Crooked Creek Lookoff, Riverside-Albert, NB, 18 October 2015 (Dearing)


Much of New Brunswick either spotted snow flurries or even saw a slight accumulation of snow on the ground today thanks to the first Arctic chill of autumn.

On a leaf peeping drive along Route 114 between Moncton and Alma today, snow flurries mixed with rain were spotted at times in the early afternoon.

However, the sky eventually cleared as the day went on and it became a brisk fall day to say the least.

Environment Canada is forecasting that temperatures will climb into the mid-teens Celsius this week which is more typical for late October.

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