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Fernie enjoys four distinct seasons, each with its own character and array of activities. Lush and green throughout the spring, summer and fall months and full of legendary snow over the winter months, Fernie is a Rocky Mountain town with spectacular scenery that changes with the seasons.

Spring run-off and flood watch - As of May 24th Fernie is not in threat of flooding. The creeks and Elk River are running high; normal for this time of year.  Please be cautious around creeks and rivers during high water season. High water season is expected to continue into June.

Elk River water flows - real time data

Local Current Weather Links: The Weather Network |  Environment Canada |   Wunderground

Other Helpful Links:

Spring: April to mid-June (Spring equinox is on March 20th)
Summer:
mid-June to mid-September (Summer solstice is on either June 20th or 21st)
Fall:
mid-September to early November (Fall equinox is on either September 22nd or 23rd)
Winter:
early November - end of March (Winter solstice is on either December 21st or 22nd)

Average Monthly Temperatures
In Canada we use Celsius, not Fahrenheit, actual daily temperatures vary. Daytime highs in the height of summer (July-Sept) can easily reach over 30 C and in December & January can sometimes be as lower than -20 C over a few days.

January - 6 C      21 F   
February - 8 C 17 F
March - 2 C 28 F
April 10 C 50 F
May 17 C 62 F
June 20 C 69 F
July 28 C 82 F
August 26 C 78 F
September 19 C 66 F
October 14 C 57 F
November   0 C 32 F
December       - 4 C 25 F

 

 

  • Weather
  • Current Conditions: 14.7°C
  • Sunday: Mainly sunny. High 25.
  • Monday: Sunny. High 26.
  • Tuesday: A mix of sun and cloud. High 23.
  • Wednesday: Chance of showers. High 15. POP 60%
  • Thursday: Chance of showers. High 17. POP 30%
  • Friday: Chance of showers. High 14. POP 60%

Fernie enjoys four distinct seasons, each with its own character and array of activities. Lush and green throughout the spring, summer and fall months and full of legendary snow over the winter months, Fernie is a Rocky Mountain town with spectacular scenery that changes with the seasons.

Spring run-off and flood watch - As of May 24th Fernie is not in threat of flooding. The creeks and Elk River are running high; normal for this time of year.  Please be cautious around creeks and rivers during high water season. High water season is expected to continue into June.

Elk River water flows - real time data

Local Current Weather Links: The Weather Network |  Environment Canada |   Wunderground

Other Helpful Links:

Spring: April to mid-June (Spring equinox is on March 20th)
Summer:
mid-June to mid-September (Summer solstice is on either June 20th or 21st)
Fall:
mid-September to early November (Fall equinox is on either September 22nd or 23rd)
Winter:
early November - end of March (Winter solstice is on either December 21st or 22nd)

Average Monthly Temperatures
In Canada we use Celsius, not Fahrenheit, actual daily temperatures vary. Daytime highs in the height of summer (July-Sept) can easily reach over 30 C and in December & January can sometimes be as lower than -20 C over a few days.

January - 6 C      21 F   
February - 8 C 17 F
March - 2 C 28 F
April 10 C 50 F
May 17 C 62 F
June 20 C 69 F
July 28 C 82 F
August 26 C 78 F
September 19 C 66 F
October 14 C 57 F
November   0 C 32 F
December       - 4 C 25 F