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Posted: 08/16/19 02:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How cold is it gonna be 2nd week of September in Nova Scotia , in Fahrenheit as I ain't very brite , bright , smart ?

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Nice weather then. Low 70's when we were there in mid-Sept.

Unless you get a cold snap!

Some stuff closes after Labour Day, though.

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Posted: 08/16/19 05:43pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It can be like August there in September. A cold snap in Nova Scotia in mid-September would be highly unusual, closer to impossible. Like a lottery win.
What closes after Labour Day? Maybe a roadside farmer's market, but not much else. It's Nova Scotia, not Alaska.


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For us, that is the best time to visit Nova Scotia. You being from Florida, mid 70's might seem cold to you, but for us the weather is perfect. Also, the summer crowds are gone and no problem finding campgrounds with many empty sites. Most campgrounds are closed by the second Monday in October, which is Canadian Thanksgiving.

If you have time, don't forget to visit New Brunswick also. Much to see there including the Bay of Fundy.


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Posted: 08/17/19 11:49am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

zigzagrv wrote:

For us, that is the best time to visit Nova Scotia. You being from Florida, mid 70's might seem cold to you, but for us the weather is perfect. Also, the summer crowds are gone and no problem finding campgrounds with many empty sites. Most campgrounds are closed by the second Monday in October, which is Canadian Thanksgiving.

If you have time, don't forget to visit New Brunswick also. Much to see there including the Bay of Fundy.


Agreed on all counts.
New Brunswick's Hopewell Cape to "walk the sea floor", and the Fall colours farther north in Kouchibouguac NP are beautiful, if you're into fall colours. More likely to see them in October.

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Thanks , that is what I was hoping for .

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