North Vancouver Weather
Vancouver’s North Shore boasts a temperate marine climate. Often called Canada’s “Lotus Land,” our region has the mildest weather in Canada due to ocean currents and weather patterns that bring waves of moist Pacific air year-round.
Spring usually arrives by early March heralded by blooming cherry trees, tulips and daffodils. July and August are the warmest, driest months, December and January the coldest. November signals the rainy season and our Coast Mountain Range ensures all that moisture coming in from the ocean falls on the coast ensuring our region is lush and green. In winter, this means that there’s plenty of snow at higher elevations providing prime skiing on the three local mountains, Grouse Mountain, Cypress Mountain, and Mount Seymour.