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The top ten provinces in Canada from west to east are: BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.

BC Climate Features:

BC Province and other provinces in Canada different conditions, the Pacific Ocean, the Pacific warm, the impact here, the formation of the Mediterranean Sea climate, climate and latitude here and Britain close, cool in winter and warm in summer, mild climatic conditions, comfortable living here As in southern China, rainy and snow-less, humid air, the coldest temperature is also zero, is one of the provinces in Canada with the best climatic conditions.


Alberta has a pleasant climate, especially in the summer, with an average temperature of around 15 degrees Celsius. The winter climate is much colder, with temperatures in the north sometimes dropping to minus 20 degrees. Although the best seasons to visit are the summer months of June, July and August, the first-class ski resorts of Banff and Jasper, the resorts, also attract many tourists.


The climate here is relatively dry, the differences are also greater in all regions. Summer average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, the average winter -25 degrees Celsius. Although it is colder in winter, there is plenty of sunshine and it is one of the regions in North America that receives the most sunshine. The province of Sardinia is very cold in winter, and sometimes the temperature is minus 40 degrees there, the weather, people feel the same weather in Heilongjiang, China, Canada, different provinces, the climate is different, Vancouver's relatively mild winter, The Province of Sardinia is indeed very cold in winter, and the winter is very long, you can use dripping ice to describe the weather.


Manitoba's climate is a continental one with cold winters and long winters and hot summers, making it one of the longest in Canada. The provincial capital Winnipeg temperatures in the summer 25 ~ 26 ℃, June-August afternoon average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, while the winter daytime temperatures are generally above 0 degrees Celsius. Winter temperatures can reach as low as -24 ℃. For Brandon, for example, the average January temperature is -18.4 degrees Celsius and the average June temperature is 18 degrees Celsius.


Winter - December 21 - March 19 The winter is cold. Often snowing In all months of winter (December, January and February), daytime and nighttime temperatures in most parts of the country are usually below 0 ° C. In some parts of the province the temperature can drop below -25 ° C. In most parts of Ontario, there is snow on the ground from mid-December to mid-March. The closer the north, the longer the winter and the colder it is.

Spring - March 20-June 20 Spring is the rainy season in most parts of Ontario. Throughout the season, daytime temperatures increased while nights remained cool. In March, April and early May, the average daytime temperature is around 12 ° C.

Summer - June 21 to September 21 The summer begins on June 21, but for most people in Ontario, July and August are the main months of summer. In most parts of the country, the summer is hot. In southern Ontario, daytime temperatures are usually as high as 20 ° C or above and often up to above 30 ° C. As a result, the summer is hot and humid. You can hear alarms on television and radio about health problems caused by heat, sun and smoke.

Autumn - September 22-December 20 Autumn or customarily referred to as autumn begins in September. As the weather turns cold, the leaves of many trees change color and spill onto the ground. In addition, in this year of the year, even overcast. In some parts of southern Ontario, snowing may begin in late October. In most parts of the province, the average daytime temperature is about 10 ° C to 12 ° C and will gradually decrease as the winter approaches. Autumn months include September, October and November.


January is the coldest of the year, with an average daily temperature of -10.4 ° C and an average minimum temperature of -14.9 ° C. Due to the frequent windy winter, somatosensory temperatures are much lower than actual temperatures, so local meteorological forecasts often take into account the cooling of the wind. The warmest month of the year is July, with an average daily temperature of 20.9 ° C and a daily average maximum temperature of 26.3 ° C. The lowest recorded temperature in history appeared on January 15, 1957, and was -37.8 ° C. The maximum temperature appeared at August 1, 1975, at 37.6 ° C. Humidity and humidity in the summer is very common. Spring and autumn rainfall of 55 to 94 mm between months. Spring and autumn there is a small amount of snowfall.


Is a temperate continental climate (sub-tropical coniferous climate), Labrador cold south-east along the coast, the more moderate in the winter, the summer is extremely cool. Affected by the air mass in the winter (windy eastern coast), the average temperature in January is between -4 and -9 degrees Celsius and the weather is changing. In the summer, due to the impact of the Atlantic air mass, the average temperature in July is between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius, and the eastern coast is foggy. Annual precipitation of 1000 ~ 1500 mm, the four seasons precipitation, suitable for population living.

New Brunswick:

The climate in the interior of New Brunswick compares with the climate in its coastal areas and appears to be more pronounced in four seasons. The main types of climate are mild temperate maritime climate, humid, windy and foggy, January average temperature at minus 15 ℃, July average temperature 22 ℃, August September for the best tourist season. The winter is cold, with annual snowfall of 100 inches. The maximum and minimum temperatures of the year range between 32 degrees and minus 34 degrees. There is neither the coldness of northern Canada nor the heat of the southern United States. It is sunny and has four distinct seasons, from the vibrant spring, the colorful summer, the fruitful autumn, the snow-covered winter, the colorful colors of the scenes to the colorful New Brunswick life of the four seasons gorgeous.

Prince Edward Island:

The warm sea of the St. Lawrence Bay makes the Prince Islands' climate milder than that of the Canadian mainland and makes up for the humid, perennial weather here. The island average annual rainfall of 868 mm, 340 cm snowfall. January average temperature here minus 7 degrees Celsius (19 degrees Fahrenheit), July average temperature of 19 degrees Celsius (67 degrees Fahrenheit). The summer here is warm and humid, the temperature is generally maintained at 20 degrees Celsius, up to 30 degrees. July and August are the warmest and driest of the year. Prince Edward Island in winter is very cold, the temperature is generally minus 3 degrees to minus 11 degrees. Snowfall begins in November until April of the coming year. Weeks of schools and businesses are often suspended or shut down for some time due to winter blizzards. Spring gives this island vitality and vitality to the island, where temperatures rise from 8 to 22 degrees from late May to early June. The prince island in autumn is bright and sunny, warm in the afternoon in September and cool in the evening.

Nova Scotia:

Nova Scotia is located in the northern temperate zone, although the province is almost surrounded by water, the climate is continental rather than maritime climate. However, the extreme temperature of the continental climate is also eased by the ocean. Frost-free Days, a 140-year frost-free season in Canada, are warmer and wetter in the near-sea, Nova Scotia climate. Four Seasons Nova Scotia, the warmest of provinces, is the warmest province in Canada, with warmer winters and cooler summers than anywhere else in Canada. Climate and New York, Boston, Dalian, China similar. In many of the world's geographies, Nova Scotia has been voted as one of the most liveable places in the world.