Because of its proximity to the mountains, the Calgary Region is famous for its Chinooks; a warm, dry wind, most noticeable in the winter, that causes the temperature to rise above freezing. As a result, Calgary winters are quite moderate. The Calgary Region has more sunny days than anywhere else in Canada. That’s more blue sky than anywhere else can offer.
Below are the average temperatures and quick weather facts in the Calgary Region. Learn more about historical weather patterns in the Region from Environment Canada.
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