The unseasonably warm temperatures are shattering records in New Brunswick according to data from Environment Canada.
With the temperature in Moncton today already at 16 degrees above zero, we've broken the record set back in 1972 of 12.2 degrees.
And that's not all, yesterday's high of 14.3 degrees beat the old record of 11.2 degrees set just 4 years ago.
Meanwhile, for Friday, Saint John also set a record of 12.3 degrees, beating their record of 11 degrees set 38 years ago.
St. Stephen also broke a record yesterday, reaching 13.8 degrees, which smashes their previous record of 11 degrees set in 1980.
More details on record setting temperatures can be found HERE.