The climate in northern New Brunswick is a continental climate. The winters are cold and the summers are warm. In the south, the climate is moderate maritime. The winters are milder and the summers are slightly cooler. The average annual temperature ranges from 2.8 degrees Celsius (37 degrees Fahrenheit) in the north to 5 degrees Celsius (41 degrees Fahrenheit) in the south. The average annual precipitation is 889mm (35") in the north to 1143mm (45") in the south. The precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year. Along the Bay of Fundy, it is common to have fog in the spring and early summer.