Weather in Calgary
Calgary is a vibrant city in the south of Canada near four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Rocky Mountains and the Dinosaur Provincial Park. The city has a humid continental climate with warm summers and very cold winters.
The best time to visit Calgary is in the summer when it’s warm and temperatures are at 17°C. July is the warmest time of the year, with highs of 23°C.
Winters are very cold with icy winds blowing through the city. Temperatures reach lows of -8°C but it’s quite dry, with an average rainfall of just 11mm per month.
The weather often plummets to below freezing at night, so make sure to wear a jacket to stay warm and pack plenty of winter clothes for your stay. For warmer weather, the best time to go to Calgary is in the summer or early autumn for milder temperatures and not much chance of rain.