Where is the driest place in Canada

Climate: Canada

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Canada has many different climates, but is dominated by the effective climate classification Dfb.

Classifications for Canada

classificationnumberKöppen violinistExamples
humid and warm continental climate3583DfbToronto, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, Edmonton
cold temperate or subarctic climate604DfcRed Deer, Airdrie, Whitehorse, Fort St. John, Thompson
cold semi-arid climate148BSkKamloops, Medicine Hat, Penticton, Swift Current, Brooks
Maritime climate124CfbLangley Township, Chilliwack, Campbell River, Langley, Port Hardy
Mediterranean climate with warm summer73CsbVancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Richmond, Saanich
cold temperate or subarctic climate43DscYellowknife, Smithers, Haines Junction, Telegraph Creek, Carmacks
humid and hot continental climate26DfaWindsor, Sombra, Chatham, Amherstburg, Kingsville
humid and warm continental climate25DsbWhistler, Lytton, Lytton, Whistler Village, Pemberton
Tundra climate18ETIqaluit, Rankin Inlet, Iglulik, Puvirnituq, Ivujivik
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Toronto

In this place the climate is cold and temperate. Toronto is a city with a significant amount of rainfall. Even in the driest month there is a lot of rain. Dfb is the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In Toronto, the annual average temperature is 8.7 ° C. About 845 mm of precipitation falls annually.

Climate diagrams // historical data on the weather

Click on a climate diagram for more information. For each month you will find individual values ​​for precipitation in mm, average, maximum and minimum temperatures in degrees Celcius and degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers in the bottom row of the charts represent the following months: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12) December.

Montreal

The climate in Montreal is cold and temperate. Precipitation in Montreal is high, even in months that are rather "dry" on a monthly basis. Dfb is the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In Montreal, the average annual temperature is 7.1 ° C. About 1159 mm of precipitation falls annually.

Climate diagrams // historical data on the weather

Click on a climate diagram for more information. For each month you will find individual values ​​for precipitation in mm, average, maximum and minimum temperatures in degrees Celcius and degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers in the bottom row of the charts represent the following months: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12) December.

Calgary

Generally, it is cold and temperate in Calgary. There is significant rainfall throughout the year in Calgary. Even the driest month still shows high rainfall. The climate is classified as Dfb according to the Köppen-Geiger climate classes. In Calgary, the average annual temperature is 3.6 ° C. 529 mm of precipitation falls within a year.

Climate diagrams // historical data on the weather

Click on a climate diagram for more information. For each month you will find individual values ​​for precipitation in mm, average, maximum and minimum temperatures in degrees Celcius and degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers in the bottom row of the charts represent the following months: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12) December.

Ottawa

The climate in Ottawa is cold and temperate. Ottawa receives a significant amount of rainfall during the year. This also applies to the driest month. Dfb is the Köppen-Geiger climate classification. In Ottawa, the average annual temperature is 6.9 ° C. Over the year 1068 mm of precipitation falls.

Climate diagrams // historical data on the weather

Click on a climate diagram for more information. For each month you will find individual values ​​for precipitation in mm, average, maximum and minimum temperatures in degrees Celcius and degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers in the bottom row of the charts represent the following months: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12) December.

Edmonton

The climate is cold and temperate. There is significant rainfall throughout the year in Edmonton. Even the driest month still shows high rainfall. The Köppen-Geiger climate classification is Dfb. The temperature here averages 3.1 ° C. 504 mm of precipitation falls within a year.

Climate diagrams // historical data on the weather

Click on a climate diagram for more information. For each month you will find individual values ​​for precipitation in mm, average, maximum and minimum temperatures in degrees Celcius and degrees Fahrenheit. The numbers in the bottom row of the charts represent the following months: (1) January, (2) February, (3) March, (4) April, (5) May, (6) June, (7) July, (8) August, (9) September, (10) October, (11) November, (12) December.