July 2017 – Warm and dry

Upper Salmon River, Alma, NB, 30 July 2017 (Dearing)


As the month of July progressed in Southeast New Brunswick, lawns turned brown and forests became extremely dry as temperatures soared with little rain fell. 

Greater Moncton only received one-third of its normal monthly rainfall and 15 days had no precipitation at all. 

The heat was steady throughout July with 20 days reaching 25 C or higher and four days climbing to 30 C or more. 

A brief cool down near month end lowered daytime highs to the low 20s C and brought a chilly overnight low of 6.9 C. 

JULY 2017 ALMANAC (at Greater Moncton Int’l Airport, 1981-2010)

Average HIGH 26.0 C

Average LOW 12.3 C

AVERAGE 19.2 C (about 0.4 degrees ABOVE normal)

Extreme HIGH 30.5 C (31 July)

Extreme LOW 6.9 C (23 July)

RAINFALL 30.0 mm (about 67 percent BELOW normal)

(Data courtesy Environment Canada)

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