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Saint George, New Brunswick is located in the Maritime region of Canada and has a humid continental climate characterized by cold winters and warm, humid summers. The average temperature throughout the year is around 4.4°C.
In the summer months of June, July, and August, temperatures average around 17°C, with July typically being the warmest month with an average of 19.5°C. The warmest month on record was July 1975, when the temperature reached an impressive 34.4°C.
Winter temperatures are much colder, with the average temperature from December to February hovering around -5°C. The coldest month on record was February 1979 when temperatures dropped to an average of -22.2°C. Snowfall is common, with an average of 69 cm throughout the year, peaking in December, January and February with an average of 22 cm of snow per month.
Rainfall is common year-round, with an average of 946 mm of precipitation throughout the year. May is usually the wettest month, with an average of 125 mm of rain.
Overall, Saint George is a pleasant place to live with four distinct seasons, each offering its own unique weather.
As of 2020, the city population is 2341.
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