Average Wind Speed in September at Canadian Cities





The amount of wind that Canada's major cities usually get in September is listed below.

The tables give the month's normal wind speed, in miles per hour (mph) and kilometres per hour (kph). There's also information on how many days September usually has with strong winds, when it blows at least 52 kph (32.3 mph).

The numbers are averages of weather data collected during 1981 to 2010.

Average wind in September
Days City MPH KPH
0.0 Abbotsford, British Columbia 3.8 6.1
2.1 Calgary, Alberta 8.3 13.4
0.2 Edmonton, Alberta 7.7 12.3
0.6 Halifax, Nova Scotia 7.9 12.6
1.0 Hamilton, Ontario 8.2 13.1
0.0 Kelowna, British Columbia 2.8 4.6
0.2 Kingston, Ontario 9.0 14.6
0.1 Kitchener - Waterloo, Ontario 6.1 9.8
0.3 London, Ontario 6.9 11.1
Days City MPH KPH
0.7 Moncton, New Brunswick 9.1 14.6
0.3 Montréal, Quebec 7.9 12.6
0.1 Ottawa, Ontario 6.9 11.1
0.2 Peterborough, Ontario 5.2 8.4
0.1 Québec City, Quebec 7.2 11.5
2.0 Regina, Saskatchewan 11.1 17.8
0.7 Saguenay, Quebec 7.9 12.8
0.8 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 9.6 15.4
0.0 Sherbrooke, Quebec 4.9 7.8
Days City MPH KPH
0.3 St. Catharines - Niagara, Ontario 8.0 12.9
0.5 Saint John, New Brunswick 8.1 13.0
2.2 St. John's, Newfoundland 12.1 19.5
0.7 Sudbury, Ontario 8.2 13.2
0.7 Thunder Bay, Ontario 6.7 10.8
0.7 Toronto, Ontario 7.9 12.7
0.2 Vancouver, British Columbia 7.0 11.2
0.1 Victoria, British Columbia 4.5 7.2
0.5 Windsor, Ontario 7.7 12.4
2.8 Winnipeg, Manitoba 10.5 16.9
Reference

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

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