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Banff

Avg weather in January
January
    -7°
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    SUN
    9 Hrsper day
    RAIN
    45 mmper month
    HUMIDITY
    91 %avg
    WIND
    6 Mphavg
    Banff

    Banff weather January

    What’s the weather like in Banff in January?

    Thanks to its extremely wintery climate and fantastic ski slopes, this amazing resort in Canada’s Rocky Mountains is very popular with winter sports fans in the New Year. The Banff weather in January is cold and crisp, with good sunshine and fresh snowfall.

    Geographical influences

    The beautiful town of Banff is found in Canada’s Alberta province, to the west of Calgary at about 1,400m above sea level. Winter here in south west Canada lasts between late November and April and the snow is frequent and heavy during January. The surrounding hills of Mount Rundle, Sulphur Mountain, Mount Norquay and Cascade Mountain produce fantastic conditions for skiing, trekking and climbing.

    Averages

    The weather in Banff in January is ideal for skiing. It’s the coldest month of the year with an average daytime temperature of -5°C. The average night time level is a very chilly -10°C. The sunshine attracts lots of visitors in January. There’s an average of four hours each day from nine hours of daylight and the sun doesn’t set until 5pm for much of the month. The rainfall’s not much to worry about here in Canada, with just 20mm falling and an average of over 30cm of snow in January. The wind speed is low, like it is most of the year, at around 9mph and the humidity should measure 89%.

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