Feeds Topics Living Abroad What is Canada’s climate like?

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    Because Canada is the world’s second-largest country, it has a wide range of climates. Summer in the north of Canada is incredibly short, lasting fewer than two months, yet practically all Canadians live towards the southern border, where the weather is warmer.

    The weather in the Vancouver area, on Canada’s west coast, is rainy and mild. Except in the mountains, it rarely snows. Summer highs hover around 72°F, while winter lows hover around 45°F. In the winter, approximately half of the days in Vancouver are cloudy, but the summer is much brighter.

    The climate near Toronto is continental. The winters are bitterly cold and snowy. Summers are hot and sticky. Summer highs hover around 79°F, while winter lows hover around 32°F. Year-round, it rains on average 7 days a month.

    The climate of Canada is diverse, and there will be significant variances in weather from one section of the nation to another on any given day. It’s a good idea to examine the climate in the location you’ll be going first if you’re planning to migrate there.

    Check out Canadian top 10 weather stories in 2021. This can give you a clue on the weather patterns in Canada.

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