AND CLIMATE IN CANADA
As the second largest country in the world, it's easy to see why the weather in Canada is constantly changing and so different from coast to coast. In
most parts of the world, Canada is associated with snow and extremely
cold weather. In fact, the Canadian
climate varies greatly from one region to another and from one season to another. Even in mid-winter,
a good sweater is all you need to keep you warm when you visit Victoria.
But go to Churchill in the same season and you'll need to dress
like a real Inuit. (In fact, you'll need to dress much more warmly
than the Inuit, unless you are as used to icy winds as they are!)
Return to this corner of the Far North in mid-summer and you'll
find that the afternoons are as mild as they are long.
help you plan your trip, we have put together information on the
climate and weather of the major regions of Canada that VIA Rail
serves. For each region, you'll find short-term weather forecasts
for our main destinations, plus a description of the climate. You'll
also find tables showing average temperatures throughout the year,
the probability of rain and snow by region, and the approximate
duration of winter.
An important detail: temperatures are shown in centigrade,
or degrees Celsius (°C). Don't confuse these with degrees Fahrenheit
(°F) used in the United States and elsewhere! A winter temperature
of 0 °C is the same as 32 °F. And if the meteorologists
forecast 32 °C in summer, that's the same as 90 °F!
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