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Victoria Travel Guide

Weather in Victoria

Victoria's climate is temperate, with daily temperatures rarely rising above 30 C (86 F) or falling below 0 C (32 F). In January, the average daily high and low temperatures are 7.0 C (44.6 F) and 3 C (37.4 F), respectively. In July, Victoria enjoys the moderating effects of the Pacific Ocean, averaging a daily high of 19.8 C (67.6 F) and low of 11.3 C (52.3 F).

Victoria experiences a moderately wet winter, but suffers from drought-like conditions during the summer. The average January precipitation is 94.3 mm (3.71 inches), compared to just 14.0 mm (0.5 inches) in July. In January, Victoria receives an average of 15.2 cm (6.1 inches) of snow, a figure skewed by the record-breaking Great Blizzard of 1996, when the city was buried under 120 cm (4 feet) of snow, receiving 64.5 cm (25.8 inches) in just one day. Generally speaking, however, snow is an uncommon occurence even in the coldest months, and is usually limited to one or two brief dustings per year.

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