Welcome to the home of aviation climatology
These web pages feature the climate of airports in Canada. The list of available
airports is presented below. You may click on any of the links to view
the analysis for that airport.
Analyses of other airports available on request. Contact info@meteorology.ca
Canadian Airports
St. John's, NL
Gander, NL
Halifax, NS
Pearson International, ON
Winnipeg A, MB
Edmonton International, AB
Victoria International, BC
The information contained in this website is for general information purposes only.
The information is provided by Lou Ranahan, meteorologist, and while we endeavour to keep the information up to date and correct,
we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness,
accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products,
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is therefore strictly at your own risk. Date: Saturday May 23 2020
Below VFR - Below Visual Flight Rules; Ceiling and/or visibility below 1000 feet and/or 3 mi
Below IFR - Below Instrument Flight Rules; Ceiling and/or visibility below 200 feet and/or 1/2 mi
Ceiling - Height of the lowest cloud layer in feet covering more than 5/8 of the sky
Data - Hourly data is from the National Center for Environmental Information(NCEI); other climate data is from ECCC
ECCC - Environment and Climate Change Canada
Freezing Precipitation - Supercooled liquid precipitation, either rain or drizzle, that freezes on impact with objects near the ground
UCT - Universal Coordinated Time, also known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
Prevailing Visibility - The greatest distance in statute miles, visible through at least half of the horizon
Wind Direction - The direction from which the wind is blowing in degrees True on a compass
Wind Speed - Measured in knots in 5 second intervals for one minute before the time of the observation