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Saint-André, New Brunswick is located in the southeastern part of the province, right along the Bay of Fundy. The weather in Saint-André is typical of the Maritime provinces and experiences four distinct seasons.
In the winter, Saint-André can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping down to -10°C on average. Snowfall is common, with an average of 74 cm per season. The coldest months are usually December and January, with temperatures averaging -7°C.
Spring in Saint-André is pleasant and mild, with temperatures rising to around 10°C in April. May is usually slightly warmer, with temperatures reaching an average of 14°C.
The summer months in Saint-André are hot and humid, with temperatures reaching up to 25°C in July and August. Rainfall is common, with an average of 94 mm per month during the summer months.
The autumn months in Saint-André are mild, with temperatures cooling off to around 8°C in September and October. Rainfall is still common, with an average of 90 mm per month. The leaves begin to change colours in late September, creating a picturesque landscape.
Overall, Saint-André experiences mild weather year-round, with temperatures rarely falling below -10°C or rising above 25°C. Rainfall is common throughout the year, with an average of 85 mm per month.
As of 2020, the city population is 1129.
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