3 Maritime Provinces set new temperature records

Updated: Jun 30, 2021


It was quite hot across all three Maritime provinces on Wednesday with several locations setting new daily maximum temperature records.


Several locations reached or slightly exceed 30 degrees.


The weather will be much cooler today with highs only expected to reach into the low to mid-teens.


Here is a list of new temperature records.


New Brunswick


Bas-caraquet Area (Bas Caraquet)

New record of 30.1

Old record of 29.6 set in 2020

Records in this area have been kept since 1964


Bouctouche Area (Bouctouche CDA CS)

New record of 30.6

Old record of 29.0 set in 1982

Records in this area have been kept since 1965


Doaktown Area (Doaktown Auto RCS)

New record of 31.1

Old record of 30.0 set in 2001

Records in this area have been kept since 1952


Miscou Island Area (Miscou Island (AUT))

New record of 28.3

Old record of 26.9 set in 2020

Records in this area have been kept since 1957


Moncton Area (Moncton/greater Moncton Romeo Leblanc Intl A)

New record of 30.5

Old record of 29.0 set in 1982

Records in this area have been kept since 1881


St. Stephen Area (St. Stephen)

New record of 31.8

Old record of 29.0 set in 1982

Records in this area have been kept since 1951


Nova Scotia


Cheticamp Area (Cheticamp Highlands National Park)

New record of 26.4

Old record of 26.1 set in 1961

Records in this area have been kept since 1956


Greenwood Area (Greenwood A)

New record of 29.4

Old record of 29.1 set in 2007

Records in this area have been kept since 1914


Ingonish Area (Ingonish Beach RCS)

New record of 28.8

Old record of 28.0 set in 1984

Records in this area have been kept since 1950


Kentville Area (Kentville CDA CS)

New record of 29.3

Old record of 28.7 set in 2007

Records in this area have been kept since 1898


Port Hawkesbury Area (Port Hawkesbury)

New record of 28.2

Old record of 27.5 set in 1982

Records in this area have been kept since 1960


Prince Edward Island


St. Peters Bay Area (St. Peters)

New record of 27.1

Old record of 27.0 set in 1984

Records in this area have been kept since 1960


Data Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada