What’s the weather like in Canada in March?
The North American country of Canada is a huge place with diverse landscapes. From soaring mountains to sunny coasts and vibrant cities, there’s different weather from region to region. In March, the country’s generally beginning to warm up after the cold winter, with springtime well on its way. Conditions are still freezing in ski resorts like Banff, but places like Toronto in the east are starting to thaw, while temperatures start to reach double figures in western Vancouver.
In Vancouver on the west coast, the average temperature in March is 7ºC, reaching highs of 10ºC and lows of 3ºC. The amount of rain starts to fall after the wet winter, but around 110mm’s expected over the course of 20 days, so showers are still common. In the east, Toronto’s temperature rises to above freezing for the first time since November, at 1ºC. There are highs of 4ºC during the warmest part of the day, but it still drops to an icy -2ºC after dark. If you’re planning to ski in Banff during March, the resort has an average temperature of -4ºC.