September Sunshine Averages for Canadian Cities





The tables here list the average amount of sun that major cities in Canada get in September. The numbers allow you to compare the month's total hours and days of sunshine for large Canadian urban areas.

For each city there are three measurements of sunshine. The number for % Sun is the usual percentage of daylight hours with bright sunshine.

Hours gives the total hours of bright sunshine that's normal this month. Days statistics are for the typical number of days in September with any amount of measurable sunshine. All the data are averages for the years 1981 to 2010.

Total September sunshine
% Sun City Hours Days
53 Abbotsford, British Columbia 202 28
54 Calgary, Alberta 207 27
50 Edmonton, Alberta 193 27
46 Guelph, Ontario 172 27
48 Halifax, Nova Scotia 180 26
47 Hamilton, Ontario 178 27
57 Kelowna, British Columbia 216 29
44 Kingston, Ontario 164 26
44 London, Ontario 165 26
Average amount of sun in September
% Sun City Hours Days
46 Moncton, New Brunswick 173 27
48 Montréal, Quebec 182 27
47 Ottawa, Ontario 178 27
45 Peterborough, Ontario 170 27
43 Québec City, Quebec 163 26
52 Regina, Saskatchewan 198 27
51 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 192 27
44 Sherbrooke, Quebec 90 26
49 St. Catharines - Niagara, Ontario 185 28
September sun averages
% Sun City Hours Days
48 Saint John, New Brunswick 182 25
45 St. John's, Newfoundland 170 26
43 Sudbury, Ontario 162 26
43 Thunder Bay, Ontario 164 26
52 Toronto, Ontario 194 27
56 Vancouver, British Columbia 213 28
60 Victoria, British Columbia 229 29
50 Winnipeg, Manitoba 189 27
Reference

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

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