Canada spreads over 9,984,670 sq km of land that makes it the second-largest country next to Russia. You can find Alaska and the North Pacific Ocean on the Northeast edge of Canada while Greenland is at its Northeast. On it north lies the ice caps and in its south is the United States of America.
If you are interested in experiencing the winter sports that Canada has to offer then the best time for you to visit and enjoy these activities is during the months between December and April. It is always sunny for the months of May and September. This is the perfect time for you to enjoy the great outdoors that Canada has to offer without the chilling snow. However, it is still best to take caution because there are times where winter can extend up to July.
Canada is also frequently visited by thunderstorms. There are also times where tornados occur especially between the months of May and September. Southwestern Quebec, Southern Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Alberta are the commonplace that they occur. The territory of New Brunswick and British Columbia is also declared as tornado-prone areas.
The Canadian weather is generally divided into 4 seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. During the winter months of December and February, it is suggested that warm clothing, hats, boots, and gloves are worn at all times to avoid frostbite and hypothermia. In the spring months between March and May, medium weight clothing is ideal as it is not as cold as winter.
During the months between June and August, the sun is always out. It is a good chance to bring out the sundress and short as the summer weather is appropriate for them. While adding a little bit more layers as spring months come in since it is the transition to the chilly winter.