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Vernon, British Columbia, located in the Okanagan Valley, is known to have a dry and mild climate.
In the winter months, from December to February, Vernon sees temperatures between -3 and 5 degrees Celsius on average. Snowfall is light, with Vernon receiving only around 17 cm of snow annually. The coldest month is January, when temperatures can dip as low as -13 degrees Celsius.
In spring, temperatures start to increase, ranging between 7 and 18 degrees Celsius. April and May are the rainiest months, with an average of 53 mm of precipitation.
Summer temperatures in Vernon are usually quite pleasant, with the mercury averaging between 19 and 28 degrees Celsius. July is typically the hottest month, with temperatures reaching as high as 32 degrees Celsius. The region receives an average of 44 mm of rain in June, July, and August.
The autumn months, from September to November, have temperatures ranging between 9 and 19 degrees Celsius. Precipitation increases to an average of 62 mm in these months.
Vernon is known for its sunny days throughout the year. On average, there are 2,220 hours of sunshine annually, with July being the sunniest month.
As of 2020, the city population is 44600.
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