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Arran-Elderslie, Ontario is located in the Grey-Bruce region of Southern Ontario, close to Lake Huron. The climate in this region is classified as humid continental, with four distinct seasons.
In the summer (June, July, August), the average temperature is around 19-21 degrees Celsius. Humidity levels can reach up to 70%, making it quite sticky and hot. Rainfall is quite common during the summer months, with an average of 10-15 mm of rain per month.
The fall (September, October, November) brings cooler temperatures, with an average temperature of 8-10 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is still present, with an average of 60-70 mm per month.
Winter (December, January, February) is the coldest season in Arran-Elderslie, with an average temperature of -3 to -5 degrees Celsius. Snowfall is also common during this time, with an average of 40-50 cm of snow per month.
Spring (March, April, May) brings warmer temperatures and more rain. The average temperature is 4-6 degrees Celsius, and rainfall averages around 70-80 mm per month.
Overall, Arran-Elderslie has four distinct seasons with average temperatures ranging from -3 to 21 degrees Celsius. Rainfall and snowfall are both common throughout the year.
As of 2020, the city population is 6803.
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