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§ 2. The Climate of Canada /

Canada is a very large country, that is why the climate of Canada is much varied.

The climate in the eastern and central parts of Canada is continental with hot summers and cold winters. In the south-western and southern parts of the country the climate is mild. Canadian south is known for its changeable weather.

The west of the country has a mild and humid climate thanks to a warm Pacific current. The average winter temperature is about +4°C there.

The average January and February temperatures vary from less than −36°C in Northwest territories, to about 0°C in Nova Scotia. In March Canadians have moderate temperatures.

In April they have milder days but the evenings are cool. May is warm at daytime, but cool at night.

In June the weather is warm. The weather in June is ideal for travel and all outdoor activities.

July and August are the warmest months of the year. For example, the July temperature in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is +20°C.

In September days are warm and evenings are cool.

October is cool, with the first frost in the air.

In November the weather is cool to frosty. First signs of snow. Motorists should have cars prepared for winter and snow tyres are recommended.

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