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Weather Comparison of the 25 Largest Canadian Metros

This page compares the average temperature, record temperature, rain, and snow in the 25 largest metro areas in Canada by population.
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City Average °(C) Record °(C) Yearly (cm)
High Low High Low Precipitation Snow
Abbotsford 15.3 6.2 42.9 -21.1 151.0 51.9
Barrie 12.0 2.4 38.9 -38.9 97.7 278.3
Calgary 10.8 -1.6 36.5 -45.0 44.0 144.4
Edmonton 9.3 -2.8 37.2 -49.4 54.0 158.2
Halifax 11.6 2.3 35.0 -28.5 140.2 225.4
Hamilton 13.8 3.9 41.1 -30.6 79.3 n/a
Kelowna 14.5 2.0 44.6 -34.8 32.7 n/a
Kingston 12.3 3.2 35.6 -35.6 89.4 n/a
Kitchener 12.4 1.9 38.3 -33.9 84.4 n/a
London 13.1 3.4 41.1 -32.8 94.7 n/a
Montreal 11.9 2.6 37.6 -37.8 102.4 210.7
Oshawa 12.5 3.8 37.8 -32.8 81.3 99.2
Ottawa 11.8 2.2 37.8 -38.9 92.7 181.7
Quebec City 9.8 -0.3 35.6 -36.7 115.2 n/a
Regina 9.3 -3.4 43.3 -50.0 37.4 99.1
Saskatoon 8.6 -3.7 40.6 -50.0 33.9 89.6
Sherbrooke 11.1 -0.9 36.7 -41.2 104.9 n/a
St. Catharines 13.2 6.3 40.0 -24.4 69.6 n/a
St. John's 9.3 1.4 33.9 -29.4 152.2 355.4
Sudbury 9.4 -0.8 38.3 -42.8 91.4 273.8
Toronto 13.5 6.0 40.6 -32.8 81.0 n/a
Vancouver 14.6 8.4 34.9 -17.8 143.8 n/a
Victoria 15.1 6.9 37.8 -15.6 60.1 n/a
Windsor 15.5 6.2 39.0 -32.8 94.0 106.3
Winnipeg 8.8 -2.7 42.2 -47.8 48.4 n/a
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