What’s the weather like in Canada in November?
The Canada weather in November can be quite mixed. This North American country is so vast that temperatures in the Artic north are extremely cold at this time, but in the southern coastal regions, close to America, it’s much milder and can be above freezing for much of the month.
In the southern mountainous lands, around the Rockies for example, temperatures will be lower in November with the high ground stopping temperatures rising. Conditions here can be difficult to predict and quite changeable. Calgary is surrounded by open prairie grasslands and crisp winds can blow across these and reach the city. Snowfall is common in south Canada in November but not a certainty, unlike in the north.
Wrap up warm, because the weather in Canada in November will be cold. The average daytime high temperature across the entire country is -3°C, but you can expect this to be slightly warmer in southern cities like Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal. The wind speed will be about 9mph on average, with a wind chill factor dropping temperatures across most provinces. Cabin log fires are perfect for warming the chilly nights in ski resorts like Banff. The sun shines for eight hours on average in Canada this month. The average rainfall is just 23mm although snow will cover most parts of this huge country. The humidity level should be around 88%.