Daytime highs were consistently in the mid-teens in Southeast New Brunswick during October which usually sees a sharp drop in temperature as the month progresses.
The average temperature was 0.7°C above normal in Greater Moncton with two days failing to reach 10°C and the warmest maximum on the last day, 19.3°C.
Six days had lows below freezing with some light frost but there was no hard freeze allowing vegetation to flourish.
The precipitation total mostly came from five rainfall events with not a single snowflake recorded.
Fall foliage peaked prior to Thanksgiving weekend and several strong wind events left few leaves on trees by Halloween night.
OCTOBER 2019 ALMANAC (at Greater Moncton Int’l Airport, 1981-2010)
Average HIGH 13.5°C
Average LOW 3.0°C
AVERAGE 8.3°C (about 0.7 degrees ABOVE normal)
Extreme HIGH 19.3°C (31 Oct)
Extreme LOW -2.7°C (27 Oct)
RAINFALL 102.7 mm (slightly BELOW normal)
(Data courtesy Environment Canada)