What’s the weather like in Vancouver in March?
Vancouver is a vibrant city on Canada’s west coast, close to the country’s border with the USA and has Mediterranean-style weather. There are four distinct seasons in Vancouver, and March is the beginning of springtime. Temperatures are slowly warming up after the cold winter period, although it can still be chilly at this time of year. Whale watching season starts in March, so this can be a good time to visit if you want to go on a trip away from the busier crowds.
Vancouver has an average temperature of 7ºC this month, rising to highs of 10ºC in the warmest part of the day. After dark, the temperature drops to 3ºC, so you’ll need to bring plenty of thick winter clothes if you visit the city in March. Two thirds of the month’s days are predicted to be wet, with 110mm of rain forecast across the month, so don’t forget to pack a waterproof too. If you want to go in the sea at this time of the year, you’ll need to cover up as the Pacific waters are a chilly 8ºC.