Average Annual Humidity at Canadian Cities





The normal humidity levels throughout the year at Canada's largest cities are listed below.

The tables give the daily relative humidity, averaged for the year. The morning humidity readings are taken at 6:00 am local standard time. The afternoon humidity is for 3:00 pm local standard time.

Relative humidity measures the actual amount of moisture in the air as a percentage of the maximum amount of moisture the air can hold. All the numbers here are based on weather data collected from 1981 to 2010.

Annual relative humidity averages
City Morn­ing After­noon
Abbotsford, British Columbia 85 62
Calgary, Alberta 72 48
Edmonton, Alberta 76 54
Halifax, Nova Scotia 87 71
Hamilton, Ontario 86 65
Kelowna, British Columbia 82 52
Kingston, Ontario 81 67
Kitchener - Waterloo, Ontario 88 74
London, Ontario 85 64
City Morn­ing After­noon
Moncton, New Brunswick 87 64
Montréal, Quebec 78 60
Ottawa, Ontario 81 59
Peterborough, Ontario 88 61
Québec City, Quebec 83 64
Regina, Saskatchewan 82 58
Saguenay, Quebec 83 63
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 82 58
Sherbrooke, Quebec 83 60
City Morn­ing After­noon
St. Catharines - Niagara, Ontario 84 63
Saint John, New Brunswick 84 64
St. John's, Newfoundland 87 75
Sudbury, Ontario 83 60
Thunder Bay, Ontario 84 59
Toronto, Ontario 81 61
Vancouver, British Columbia 86 70
Victoria, British Columbia 92 71
Winnipeg, Manitoba 82 61
Reference

Environment Canada. Meteorological Service of Canada. Canadian Climate Normals. 1981-2010 Climate Normals & Averages.

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