What’s the weather like in Vancouver in February?
Vancouver sits on the west coast of Canada, close to the US border and has a Mediterranean-style climate. This brings warm, sunny summers and cold, wet winters to the city. Conditions are chilly in February, which is wintertime in Vancouver and not the best time to go if you want guaranteed sunshine. If you visit at this time of year you’ll need to bring lots of warm clothes, as well as a waterproof coat to keep dry when it rains.
In February, the average temperature in Vancouver is a chilly 5ºC, rising to a high of just 8ºC in the warmest part of the day. Things get even colder after dark, when temperatures dip to 2ºC, so make sure you pack a thick winter coat, along with a hat, scarf and gloves. It rains on over half the days in February, with a total of 150mm forecast across the month, so you’ll need a good waterproof jacket too. If you plan to venture into the sea, the Pacific waters are a cold 8ºC this month.