What’s the weather like in Vancouver in April?
Located on the west coast of Canada close to the country’s border with the United States, Vancouver is a vibrant city with a Mediterranean-style climate and experiences warm summers and cold, wet winters. Temperatures are slowly getting warmer in April as Vancouver leaves the chilly winter behind, but things can still get quite cold at this time. It’s still pretty wet, so you’ll need a waterproof jacket along with plenty of warm layers if you visit Vancouver in April.
In April, the average temperature in Vancouver is 9ºC, reaching highs of 12ºC and lows of 5ºC. You’ll need to wrap up warm when you’re out exploring the city this month, or if you go on a whale watching trip on the Pacific waters. If you want to get in the sea, a wetsuit is a must-have as the water measures a cold 10ºC. Vancouver expects around 100mm of rain across 18 wet days in April, so bring a waterproof jacket to protect yourself against wet weather.