When travelling in the Niagara region you can expect cold weather from November to March, with heavy to moderate snowfalls and icy conditions. Be sure to dress appropriately for the cold weather, it is necessary to pack a warm winter coat, gloves, hats, scarves, as well as several warm sweaters and long pants.

Spring in the Niagara region is also fairly cool with average temperatures between 1 and 23 degrees Celsius. When travelling in spring travellers should layer their clothing, packing sweaters, rain jackets and long pants.

Niagara’s summers can be hot with average highs of 26 and lows of 15 degrees Celsius. Light summer clothes are recommended such as sun dresses, shorts, and t-shirts, be sure to pack your swimsuit so you can cool off at one of the many water parks in the area.

You will find fairly mild temperatures during the months of September and October, with temperatures averaging between 11 and 13 degrees, however the temperature can cool quickly after night fall. When travelling during the autumn season it is recommended that you layer your clothing and bring a light jacket.

Canada’s temperature is measured in degrees Celsius. To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius, subtract 32 from the Fahrenheit temperature, multiply by 5 and divide by 9.

The average temperatures for the Niagara region are as follows:

January- March between -8 and 3 degrees Celsius (16 and 37 degrees Fahrenheit)
April- June between 1 and 23 degrees Celsius (34 and 73 degrees Fahrenheit)
July- September between 11 and 26 degrees Celsius (52 and 79 degrees Fahrenheit)
October- December between -6 and 13 degrees Celsius (21 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit)