Weather

These weather summaries for New Brunswick are compiled by Environment and Climate Change Canada.

April 2021 review and May (summer) outlook NB

Submitted by admin on Tue, 2021/05/04 - 09:00

April’s temperature and precipitation anomalies were above normal (+1.4ºC and 136% respectively) in comparison with the 30-year climate normal (1981-2010) for the province.  Climate event of the month: A tale of two seasons in one day; on April 24th the province recorded both daily maximum and minimum temperature records.  The temperature rose to  20.5ºC in Point Lepreau (old record 20.0ºC from 1942), while Edmundston reported a minimum temperature of -7.3ºC (old record -7.2ºC from 1932)

March 2021 review and April (spring) outlook NB

Submitted by admin on Sun, 2021/04/04 - 10:20

March’s temperature anomaly was above normal (+1.0ºC) while the precipitation anomaly was below normal (79%) in comparison with the 30-year climate normal (1981-2010) for the province.  Climate extreme for the month: A period of six consecutive days of daily maximum temperature records from March 21-26th produced our first 20ºC day or warmer (in St. Stephen on the 22nd) for 2021.

January 2021 review and February (winter/spring) outlook NB

Submitted by admin on Mon, 2021/02/01 - 18:54

January 2021 was very warm and very dry.

January temperature and precipitation anomalies were much above and below normal respectively  (+4.6 C and 44%) in comparison with the 30-year climate normal (1981-2010) for the province. 

Climate extreme for the month: All sites recorded their top 8th warmest January’s ever, yet no daily maximum temperature records were broken

November 2020 review and December (winter) outlook

Submitted by admin on Thu, 2020/12/03 - 09:16

November temperatures were above normal  (+2.0 C) in comparison with the 30-year climate normal (1981-2010) for the province.  Precipitation in November was below normal with 79 % of the 30-year climate normal. This makes it 10 out of the last 11 months drier than normal.  Climate extreme for the month: 25.1C recorded in Kouchibouguac on November 10th.  A temperature at or above 25 C has never been recorded in the month of November in the province and was also warmer than the 22.9 C recorded in St.

October 2020 Review, November 2020 and Winter Outlook

Submitted by admin on Tue, 2020/11/03 - 08:28

October temperatures were near normal  (-0.2 C) in comparison with the 30-year climate normal (1981-2010) for the province.  Precipitation in October was also near normal with 102 % of the 30-year climate normal despite being highly variable across the province. We finally recorded (just barely!) a month in 2020 with above normal precipitation.