The New Brunswick lies on 24m above sea level. In New Brunswick, the climate is warm and temperate. The rainfall in New Brunswick is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. This climate is considered to be Cfa according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In New Brunswick, the average annual temperature is 11.2 °C | 52.2 °F. About 1181 mm | 46.5 inch of precipitation falls annually.
Northern New Brunswick has a typical continental climate with warm summers and cold winters. The southern half of the province experiences a more moderate maritime climate with cooler summers and milder winters.
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Along the Bay of Fundy coast during the spring and early summer, fog is quite common. Precipitation is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year.
July is the warmest month with average temperatures ranging from 72° F (22° C) on the Bay of Fundy coast and inland temperatures of 77° F (25° C) and higher.
January is the coldest month – with the average temperature around 18.5° F (-7.5° C) along the southeastern shore, while in the northwest, extremely low temperatures of – 22° F (- 30°C) to – 31°F (- 35°C) are common.