Edmonton Weather in February
What’s the weather like in Edmonton in February?
This wonderful Canadian city still attracts lots of visitors at this time, even though it’s a very cold month. The Edmonton weather in February sees temperatures struggle to reach zero with quite a lot of snowfall. You’ll catch some decent winter sunshine as you explore this lively area in Alberta province.
Edmonton is in the south west of Canada, about 250km north of Calgary. It’s at a lower altitude than Calgary and isn’t hit by the strong winds that can blow across from the Rocky Mountains. The showers are wintery at this time.
The wintery weather in Edmonton this month produces an average daytime high temperature of -1°C. Be prepared for the coldest days to hit a chilly -10°C and some nights can drop to this temperature too. You’ll enjoy the amount of sunshine across this popular resort in the winter, though. Sunshine hours average an impressive five in Edmonton each day, from ten hours of daylight, with the sun not setting until 5.15pm for much of the month. The city gets about 17mm of rainfall in February. The average wind speed is a light 8mph, meaning the weather in Edmonton in February doesn’t have much wind chill.