What’s the weather like in Edmonton in March?
The Edmonton weather in March sees temperatures improve on the cold months of December, January and February. Most days should be above zero and the sun shines for several hours as the first signs of spring weather take hold around this wonderful Canadian city.
Edmonton is found in Canada’s Alberta province, about 250km north of Calgary. March is traditionally the first month of the short spring season, although snow can still fall at this time. Edmonton has a humid continental climate and March usually sees the snow starting to melt away and sunshine hours increase.
The weather in Edmonton in March has an average high temperature of 2°C during the day. The low could drop to around -5°C though, so you shouldn’t think the cold weather has disappeared just yet. At night it could be even chillier. You’ll catch a good deal of sunshine this month, with about six hours each day, and the sun doesn’t set until 6.30pm for most of March. This month is one of the driest here in south west Canada with just 17mm across eight rain-affected days. The heat and humidity levels are low and the wind speed is moderate at 10mph, so the wind chill isn’t much to worry about.