The Climates of Canada’s Cities Compared

Canada Climate

Average Daily Maximum – Minimum – Sunshine – Raindays – Snowdays – Snowdepth – Windspeed

Climate of Vancouver, British Columbia
Unusually for a Canadian city, Vancouver has relatively mild winters with little snow. The cold air from the Arctic that sweeps… more
Climate of Penticton, British Columbia
For many people, the towns of the Okanagan Valley offer the best weather in Canada. Winters are cold, but are shorter and… more
Climate of Calgary, Alberta
Calgary has a prairie-steppe type climate. This means it usually enjoys sunny weather, even in winter, and most of its little rainfall comes… more
Climate of Edmonton, Alberta
Edmonton is north of Calgary and as a result has a colder winter with significantly more snowfall and more snow on the ground… more
Climate of Winnipeg, Manitoba
Located in Southern Manitoba, Winnipeg endures very cold and, on occasional days, rather brutal winter temperatures. Canadians in other provinces… more
Climate of Windsor, Ontario
Located in the far South of Ontario, close to the border and the American city of Detroit, Windsor enjoys the warmest climate of any… more
Climate of Toronto, Ontario
Toronto has a semi-continental climate, with a warm, humid summer and a cold winter. Toronto’s climate is modified by its location on the shores… more
Climate of Ottawa, Ontario
Ottawa lies farther north than Toronto, resulting in significantly colder winters. Unlike many of Ontario’s cities, Ottawa does not sit… more
Climate of Montreal, Quebec
Montreal does not lie close to any large lakes, the result of which is a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters… more
Climate of Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton has a semi-continental climate, with a warm summer and a cold winter. Winters are sunnier and summers less sunny … more
Climate of Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax’s climate is less severe than might be expected because of the proximity of the Atlantic Ocean. Winter temperatures are higher…more
Sunshine in Canada
Canada’s more densely populated areas (those within two or three hundred kilometres of the US border) get around…more

2 thoughts on “The Climates of Canada’s Cities Compared”

  1. The unique climate of Victoria, BC should be listed here. It is unique in Canada..warmest winters, rain shadow location means 1/3 the rain of Vancouver….

  2. Very interesting I love to study weather across North America, and compare different climates. My dad and I have recorded weather records for home town Tracy ca 95376 we had two different weather stations and recorded temps rainfall wind speed an once in a great while snow , all weather instruments registered with national weather service. Thank you for your knowledge.

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