What’s the weather like in Calgary in April?
The weather in Calgary in April is much warmer than March, with an average daytime temperature well into the teens. This beautiful and lively Canadian city has a good amount of sunshine too and spring is usually a little drier than summer.
Calgary enjoys a humid continental climate. The wind can pick up at times because of the city’s location in Canada’s south west province of Alberta. The open prairie grasslands of the region means the wind has few natural barriers. Spring is usually mild but because Calgary is over 1,000 metres above sea level, the weather can change quite quickly and is difficult to predict.
On very warm days, the weather in Calgary in April can peak at 13°C. The usual daytime average is around 10°C. The nights will still feel chilly though and can drop below freezing at times in April. The sun could shine for around nine hours each day during your visit this month. There’s a pleasant 13 hours of daylight in Calgary city, with the sun rising at 7am and not disappearing until after 8pm. Rainfall will average 29mm with just seven days, on average, seeing some rain. The humidity should measure around 69% and the wind speed will be 9mph, occasionally rising if seasonal winds impact the city.