In response to Surroundings Canada, December was the sixth consecutive warmer-than-normal month for the Maritimes. The group famous a number of climate stations within the area completed the month within the prime ten for warmest December temperatures.
The typical day by day temperature completed two to 4 levels above local weather averages for many. Fredericton was 4 levels above regular, whereas Charlottetown and RisePEI had been each three levels above common. The 2 warmest intervals of the month had been at first of December after which over the vacation season.
Common day by day temperature for December 2022 in comparison with local weather regular for choose websites within the Maritimes.
Precipitation for the month was largely near-to-above regular with a couple of exceptions. Components of western mainland Nova Scotia, Inverness County, Cape Breton, and central Prince Edward Island completed with decrease than common precipitation totals for the month of December.
Complete precipitation for December 2022 in comparison with local weather regular for choose websites within the Maritimes.
New Brunswick and northern Cape Breton noticed essentially the most snow in the course of the month. Little or no snow fell in western areas of Nova Scotia. By month’s finish, snow depth was properly beneath common for a lot of the Maritimes. Solely elements of northern New Brunswick had what might be thought-about close to regular snow depth for the tip of December.
Analyzed snow depth for the Maritimes on the finish of December. Solely elements of northern New Brunswick with close to regular snow depth within the area.
Sea floor temperatures across the Maritimes are above regular to start out Jan. 2023. The best anomaly is within the Bay of Fundy and the japanese Northumberland Strait the place it’s 5 levels above regular. Different waters within the area are working one to 4 levels above regular.
Sea ice formation within the Gulf of St. Lawrence normally begins in December with 5 per cent ice protection by finish of month. Solely small quantities of coastal ice amounting to lower than one per cent protection was current by the tip of Dec. 2022.
With recordsdata from Surroundings Canada