Month: March 2017

March 2017 – Cold and snowy

Winter just wouldn’t let go of its grip on Southeast New Brunswick during March.  Overnight lows were extremely cold especially during the first half of the month.  Daytime highs were often very chilly and barely climbed above freezing even during… Read More ›

Winter won’t let go!

The temperature was warmer in the far north cities of Whitehorse and Yellowknife than it was in Greater Moncton. The thermometer barely climbed above freezing today but at least the sun made an appearance after a five day absence. Lots… Read More ›

Cold start to spring

The first week of spring has felt more like the dead of winter in Southeast New Brunswick. Greater Moncton may have missed the brunt of two storms this week but extreme cold settled in behind them with a frigid -13.7… Read More ›

Blizzard warning downgraded 

A low pressure system from Quebec tracking eastward into New Brunswick was originally expected to be a blizzard but Environment Canada downgraded that warning to a blowing snow advisory late today. After reaching a high of 5 C by afternoon… Read More ›

Spring arrives!

After a stormy, rollercoaster winter in Southeast New Brunswick, spring will be especially welcomed today at 7:28am ADT. The vernal or spring equinox is when the sun’s direct rays move north of the equator from the southern to the northern… Read More ›