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Comox Valley Weather

The Comox Valley offers a very moderate climate. While there are the occasional extreme hot and cold days, the weather here is typically quite comfortable. Summer days get hot enough to enjoy a swim in the lake, ocean or river, but do not often reach unbearable highs. The winter months can be quite humid, but on average the temperature remains above freezing. While the Comox Valley is no stranger to a good snowfall in the winter months, for the most part we see only 1 to 2 significant snowfalls a year.

Weather Forecast

The following weather forecasts for Courtenay, Comox & Cumberland, are provided by the WeatherNetwork. For a more detailed forecast, please click the link below the forecast.

Courtenay Weather

Courtenay Weather Forecast

Comox Weather

Comox Weather Forecast

Cumberland Weather

Cumberland Weather Forecast

Comox Valley Weather Statistics

Weather Averages – 1971-2000
(Recorded in Comox Latitude: 49 degrees 43′ N Longitude: 124 degrees 54′ W)
  Daily
Avg (°C)
Extreme
Max (°C)
Extreme
Min (°C)
Rainfall
(mm)
Snowfall
(cm)
Jan 16.7° -21.1° 142.9 22.8
Feb 4.3° 16.3° -16.1° 121 10.6
Mar 5.8° 18.9° -13.9° 99.8 10.6
Apr 8.6° 26.8° -4.4° 61 0.6
May 12.1° 31.7° -2.8° 46.6 0
June 15° 34.4° 0.5° 44.2 0
July 17.6° 34.4° 29.7 0
Aug 17.6° 33.6° 3.3° 34.8 0
Sept 14.2° 30.6° -1.7° 45 0
Oct 9.3° 22.9° -4.8° 120.4 0.2
Nov 5.5° 17.8° -13.3° 194.2 8
Dec 3.4° 16° -15° 160.7 21.2

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2 Comments » for Comox Valley Weather
  1. HC Holland says:

    Comox Valley Weather write up should make reference to the huge differencial in snow fall between CV Penn. and Mt Washington (40 min drive).

    • Rashkavar says:

      Why? The weather is different between the bottom of the valley and the top of a nearby mountain. How is this noteworthy or unusual in any way? If you want to know Mt. Washington weather, check their weather data instead – I know they monitor it at least half the year because of the skiing.

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