What’s the weather like in Edmonton in December?
Along with January this is the coldest month in this exciting Canadian city. The Edmonton weather in December produces very cold temperatures well below freezing, with lots of crisp snow but bright sunshine too.
Edmonton is in the south west of Canada and is the capital city of Alberta province. It’s not at as high altitude as cities like Calgary, 250km to the south, and suffers less from a cold wind chill. December is quite a dry month.
The weather in Edmonton in December produces a daytime high temperature of -3°C, which is very cold but exactly what you’d expect from this Canadian resort in winter. The low temperature can reach -10°C to -12°C and be even lower at night, so make sure your hotel room has good heating! You should catch a good share of winter sunshine with around four hours of sunshine each day. The sun doesn’t fade until 4.20pm at the beginning of the month. The wintery climate produces just 20mm of rain on averageThe humidity level is 90%, on average.