Vancouver Travel Guide


Vancouver's climate is unusually temperate by Canadian standards; it is the second warmest major city in Canada during the winter. The temperature and weather are similar to that of Seattle (Vancouver's nearest major American neighbour). Summer months are usually sunny and the temperatures moderate, with the daily maximum averaging 22°C (74°F) in July and August. Spring and autumn are generally rainy and cool. Rainfall is frequent in winter. Snow occurs in the surrounding mountains but rarely at sea level, though there are winters in which the city receives enough snowfall to cause school closures. The daily average temperature in January is 3°C (37°F). On average, 166 days per year have measurable precipitation, and 289 days per year have measurable sunshine. For a few nights near the summer solstice each June, the northern sky remains slightly lit by the sun, and nightime lasts only about 6 hours.



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