What’s the weather like in Canada in June?
The weather in Canada varies greatly, as the country is so vast and diverse. During June the weather’s warming up in most regions, with pleasant temperatures in most of the major cities near the American border. You’ll need to bring some extra layers for the evenings or journeys to the mountainous regions further north. Despite the occasionally cool day though, June is a great time to appreciate the natural beauty of Canada or explore the country’s cultural sights.
In Vancouver on the southwest coast, the daily temperatures average 15oC at this time of year, rising to 19oC in the heat of the day and dropping to around 11oC in the evenings. In the popular mountain resort of Banff, temperatures peak at 23oC but on average drop to a chilly 5oC in the evenings. Temperatures warm up in the southeastern cities of Montreal and Ottawa, as temperatures in Montreal peak at a hot 23oC and average 18oC through the day.