The Climate and Weather of Fredericton, New Brunswick

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

New Brunswick’s capital city, Fredericton, sits inland.


As a result of this, Fredericton has higher summer temperatures and lower winter temperatures than coastal locations in New Brunswick such as Saint John and Moncton.

Fredericton has a semi-continental climate with a warm summer and a cold winter.

Snow depths of greater than 1 cm are seen on about 105 days each year in Fredericton. Comparing Fredericton with some other Canadian cities, snow depths of greater than 1 cm are seen on about:

10 days each year in Vancouver, 35 days in Penticton, 53 days each year in Windsor, 65 days in Toronto, 88 days in Calgary, 109 days in Montreal, 120 days in Ottawa, and 132 days in Winnipeg.

Fredericton also builds up greater depths of snow than locations such as Toronto.

Fredericton enjoys a sunny climate, averaging about 2,000 hours of sunshine a year. Winters are sunnier and summers less sunny than in southern Ontario.

Fredericton, New Brunswick

Month
of
year

Av. Daily
Max. Temp.
(°C)

Av. Daily
Min.
Temp. (°C)

Av. hours
Sun
(per day)

Av. Days
with
Rain

Av. Days
with
Snowfall

Av. Depth
Snow on
Ground (cm)

Av. Wind
Speed
(km per hr)

Jan. -4 -15 3.9 5 10 19 13
Feb. -2 -13 4.7 4 8 21 13
Mar. 3 -7 4.7 7 7 18 14
Apr. 10 -1 5.3 10 3 2 13
May 17 5 6.6 14 0 0 12
Jun. 23 10 7.3 14 0 0 11
Jul. 25 13 7.7 12 0 0 10
Aug. 25 13 7.3 14 0 0 9
Sep. 19 8 5.7 13 0 0 10
Oct. 13 3 4.6 13 0 0 11
Nov. 5 -2 3.3 11 3 1 12
Dec. -1 -10 3.3 6 8 8 13

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