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Truro, Nova Scotia experiences a humid continental climate, characterized by warm and humid summers, and cold and snowy winters. In the summer months (June to August), temperatures average around 20° Celsius, and can often reach highs of 25° Celsius or higher. During the winter months (December to February), temperatures average around -5° Celsius, and can often dip to lows of -10° Celsius or lower.
Rainfall is fairly consistent year-round, averaging around 1,000 millimetres per year. In the summer, rain is more likely to come in the form of showers, while winter often brings longer bouts of snow. Snowfall averages around 120 centimetres per year.
Truro is situated along the coast, and is affected by the Atlantic Ocean. In the summer, the ocean breeze can keep temperatures more comfortable than inland locations. In the winter, the ocean helps to moderate temperatures, making it a bit milder than other parts of the province.
As of 2020, the city population is 12826.
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