Canadian Weather Extremes





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Cold Weather iconColdest

Coldest Place: -63 °C (-81.4 °F) at Snag, Yukon on February 3, 1947.

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Hottest Spot: 45 °C (113 °F) in Midale and Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan on July 5, 1937.

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Wettest Location: Mitchell Inlet, Haida Gwaii, British Columbia typically receives 6325 mm (20.8 feet) of precipitation a year.

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Snowiest City: St. John's, Newfoundland averages 3.5 metres (11 feet) of snowfall a year.

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Sunniest Place: Manyberries Alberta averages 2567 hours of bright sunshine a year.

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Stormiest City: Windsor, Ontario has 33 days a year on average with thunder and lightning.

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Mildest City: Victoria, British Columbia typically enjoys 281 days a year with daytime high temperatures between 10 and 30 °C (50 to 86 °F).

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Temperature Weather iconFastest Change

Fastest Warming: Average winter temperatures in Yukon and northern British Columbia rose by 4.9 °C (8.8 °F) between 1948 and 2007.

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