record highs

Unusual heat in far north

Thanks to a northerly surge in the jet stream, warm air pushed into Yukon, Northwest Territories and western Nunavut this week. Record highs were set in numerous far north communities where residents were stunned by the incredible warmth for early… Read More ›

Record December warmth!

December is just getting started but record highs are already being broken across New Brunswick. An intense low pressure system delivered heavy rain this week but also brought tropical-like air and temperatures have been so warm all-time monthly records have… Read More ›

More record highs broken

For the second day in a row, Greater Moncton set a new daily high temperature with records dating back to 1881. The unprecedented November heat continued to break records across the Maritimes. Many veterans noted how it was the warmest… Read More ›

All-time June records broken

Several New Brunswick communities recorded all-time monthly highs on 19 June 2020 including Greater Moncton which reached 35.6°C. The previous June maximum was 34.4°C on 29 June 1944. Fredericton at 36.4°C, Miramichi at 37.2°C and Bouctouche at 36.0°C also set… Read More ›

Record breaking heat!

Record highs were smashed in many communities across New Brunswick on Thursday (18 June) with temperatures soaring to 37°C – rare for June. Many of the old records which were broken date back to 1949. Environment Canada says the above… Read More ›

From cold to hot

Numerous record lows were set across the Maritimes early Sunday morning as temperatures plummeted under clear skies and light winds. But the cold will be replaced by heat as the jet stream surges north over Eastern Canada this week. Environment… Read More ›

Record heat in B.C.

As Eastern Canada shivered under winter-like conditions, residents of British Columbia especially along the Pacific coast have enjoyed summer-like weather. At least 17 new record highs were set in the province on Sunday alone with many others shattered on Friday… Read More ›