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Vauxhall, Alberta has a semi-arid climate, with hot summers and cold winters. In the summer months, temperatures can reach highs of 26°C, with occasional heat waves pushing the mercury even higher. In the winter, temperatures can dip to an average low of -15°C, but can sometimes fall even lower, reaching -20°C.
Precipitation is relatively low in Vauxhall, with an average of just under 300mm of rain falling annually. Snowfall is much more common, with around 150cm of snow falling each year. Winters are generally snowy, with a few light snowfalls mixed in with more substantial snowstorms. Springtime brings more rain and snow, with some of the heavier storms occurring in April and May. Summers are generally dry, with occasional thunderstorms.
Vauxhall experiences all four seasons, but the weather is generally milder than other parts of Alberta. The sun shines for an average of 2,700 hours each year, which is slightly more than the provincial average. Winters can be long, but they’re usually not too severe, making Vauxhall an ideal place to enjoy the outdoors year-round.
As of 2020, the city population is 1222.
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