Edmonton Weather Forecast


Canada is well-known for the winter season that seems to last the whole year. Various provinces and cities often have their own characteristic climate. The parklands, suburbs, and downtown of Edmonton City experience their fair share of each of the four seasons throughout the year. Despite winter being the longest and most dominant season (with snow caps and low temperatures prevailing in all months except July) Edmontonians still get to see a window of sunshine in the months of June to August. Summer also boasts of the longest day in the country, clocking in at almost 17 hours.

Depending on the current season, reliable weather forecasts can be made regarding the week’s climate. A week in February might merit a slowly warming atmosphere as temperature drops to 10.5 C º. Though this month may still be part of the winter season, the climate may experience certain changes such as an increase in temperature. A week-long forecast in February may start with cloudy skies and the occasional snowfall. As part of winter, snowstorms and drops in temperatures may still be experienced during this month.

As springtime nears, usually around mid-May or April, the temperature and humidity increases. Weekly forecasts during this month may announce clearer skies and the occasional rain shower. Edmontonians get to shed some of their warm clothing as the months of May and April come right around the corner.

In the summer months of June to August, the temperature shoots up as the city gets more exposure to sunlight. By this time, the snow caps might have dissipated for the time-being. Weekly forecasts in this period may showcase more clear skies and warmer temperatures. By the end of September, however, the chill can be felt again as the autumn season makes the ground and everyone else ready for the gray skies and long winter ahead.

May 19, 2016 |

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