Dull and dark late autumn


Downtown Moncton as seen from Jones Lake, 20 Nov 2015 (Dearing)

With only about a month until the astronomical start of winter, there are signs in Greater Moncton late autumn is here and Mother Nature is getting ready for the cold.

Trees are now mostly bare of leaves, most snowbirds have already left for more southern climes and the days seem dull and dark.

Keep in mind that November is the least sunniest month in Southeast New Brunswick with an average of only 95 hours of sunshine compared to July which typically has 256 hours.


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