Environment Canada issued a frost advisory late Sunday afternoon for Greater Moncton and Southeast New Brunswick – almost a month before the average date of the first fall frost.
Clearing skies and light winds with temperatures falling into the lower single digits could have resulted in scattered frost.
However, the frost advisory ended early this morning when the threat was no longer expected.
The low at the Greater Moncton International Airport was 7.2 C which is several degrees away from any threat of frost.
However, the morning low in Edmundston was a chilly 1.1 C.