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Sainte-Catherine, Quebec is located in the south of the province near the border of the United States. The climate in Sainte-Catherine is humid continental, with cold, snowy winters and warm, humid summers.
Winter in Sainte-Catherine typically begins in November and lasts until mid-April. Temperatures average around -4°C in December and January, with highs reaching 4°C and lows dropping to -12°C. Snowfall is common, with December and January seeing an average of 33 cm and 31 cm respectively.
Spring begins in mid-April and lasts until mid-June. Average temperatures range from 4°C to 17°C, with highs reaching 22°C and lows dropping to -3°C. Rainfall is common, with April seeing an average of 48 mm of precipitation.
Summer in Sainte-Catherine begins in mid-June and lasts until late August. Average temperatures range from 17°C to 25°C, with highs reaching 30°C and lows dropping to 12°C. July and August are typically the wettest months, with an average of 70 mm and 66 mm of precipitation respectively.
Autumn begins in late August and lasts until mid-November. Average temperatures range from 4°C to 17°C, with highs reaching 22°C and lows dropping to -3°C. Rainfall is common, with October seeing an average of 46 mm of precipitation.
As of 2020, the city population is 16762.
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