Gloomy weather will end

CanGeese

Canada geese feed on a soggy lawn at Jones Lake, Moncton, 15 June 2016 (Dearing)

During the first half of June, rainfall was measured on 11 of 15 days in Greater Moncton according to Environment Canada.

Clouds came along with that rain which has meant only short bursts of sun during the mostly gloomy weather.

Hope is on the horizon since forecasters say that stubborn low pressure system will be replaced by high pressure and temperatures could hit 30 C by Sunday.

But not before a chilly night with either a frost advisory or a risk of frost for most of New Brunswick.

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