Early icebergs? More bergs seen hugging Newfoundland's coastlines

You can usually time the welcome of icebergs by the arrival of summer and the tourism season, but this year the mighty bergs seem to have come early.
This weekend, an iceberg was spotted off Bonavista. (Submitted by Rodney Shawn Gray)

You can usually time the welcome of icebergs by the arrival of summer and the tourism season, but this year the mighty bergs seem to be hugging the coastline early. 

Icebergs usually show up off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in May and June, and draws large swaths of people to the province each year.

A big iceberg was spotted off Job's Cove on the Bay de Verde Peninsula on Feb. 10. (Submitted by Walter Pottle)

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