St. Stephen – Be sure to dress warmly for Remembrance Day services held outdoors.
Environment Canada meteorologist Claude Cote said temperatures will be about four degrees cooler than normal Saturday, and will be combined with brisk to strong northwesterly winds.
The combination, said Cote, will “result in somewhat unpleasant conditions.”
A few flurries are possible in northern New Brunswick, but a mix of sun and cloud is expected in the southern portion of the province.
Current temperature predictions are for a sharp minus 7 including the wind chill through the morning.
Conditions overall are expected to improve after midday.