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Houston, British Columbia has a subarctic climate, with warm summers and cold winters. The average high temperature in July is around 19.4°C, while the average low temperature in January is around -14.2°C. The months of May, June, and July are typically the warmest and driest, while the months of November, December, and January are usually the coldest and wettest.
During the summer, warm and dry air masses from the Interior of British Columbia often bring hot and dry weather to Houston. Temperatures can reach over 30°C, and on hot days, humidity levels can be quite high.
In the winter, cold arctic air masses from the Arctic circle bring snow, ice, and cold temperatures to Houston. Temperatures can drop to -20°C or lower, and snowstorms are common. The snow typically melts away in March, and spring brings warmer temperatures and more rain.
In the spring and fall, Houston experiences mild temperatures and moderate rainfall. The average precipitation for the city is around 487mm, with the majority of it falling in the winter months.
Overall, Houston has a moderate climate year-round, with hot and dry summers, cold and wet winters, and mild temperatures and moderate rainfall in the spring and fall.
As of 2020, the city population is 2993.
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