It may have been the warmest summer in the Maritimes in almost a century but some parts of the region woke up to below freezing temperatures and frost this morning!
That means some areas had a growing season which barely lasted 100 days since the last spring frost for many was 04 June.
Greater Moncton was definitely chilly with an early morning low of 3.0°C which was close to the record low of 1.1°C from 1956.
Here are some of the nippy overnight lows:
- Edmundston, NB -2.0°C
- Woodstock, NB -0.8°C
- Red Pines, NB -0.7°C
- Fredericton, NB 0.1°C
- Upper Stewiacke, NS -0.4°C
- Maple Plains, PEI 1.4°C