Canadian Weather

Most times, when people think of the weather in Canada, what comes to their mind is the cold temperatures. However, it would interest you to know that not all the regions in Canada are very cold.

Starting with Vancouver, the winter barely has much snow but it is always rainy and cool. Also, the summers are warm but not as humid and hot as the other counterparts in the east. In Vancouver, the highest temperatures is in July and August while the coolest temperatures is in January.

For Montreal, the weather has four dissimilar seasons, so you need to note this when scheduling your trip. The summer in Montreal is hot and humid with temperatures around 26 degrees Celsius. For the winter, the cold temperatures averages around -4 degrees Celsius.

The weather in Toronto is similar to big cities in North America like Chicago and New York. The hottest month is July whose temperature averages 27 degrees Celsius, and the coldest month which is February has an average temperature of 6 degrees Celsius.

For Calgary, the warm season is around June to September and the rainy season is from May to September, and it peaks in June.

There are four separate seasons in Canada: Summer, Spring, Winter and Fall. And they vary across the cities in Canada.

It is always a beautiful time to visit Canada because everywhere comes alive after winter and the temperature begins to rise. If you want to have a nice time in Spring, British Columbia and Ontario are highly recommended.

Summer in Canada is always a beautiful time particularly in Calgary and Halifax. The temperature range is between 20-27 degrees Celsius.

Some people feel that the best time to visit Canada is the fall. The average temperature is 27-66 degrees. Toronto and Montreal have warmer temperatures during fall.

As for Winter, the temperature can get as low as -40 degrees Celsius. And the coldest places are usually Nunavut, Northwest Territories and the Yukon.