The Fraser Valley has a mild climate which allows travellers to enjoy all its wonder year round. The busier times for the area are from early June to end of October, with it's sunny skies and summer experiences. However, if you love a winter wonderland the region is also ideal.
Chilliwack's mild climate with limited extremes provides excellent growing conditions for a wide variety of crops and agricultural products. The average temperature is 1.6 degrees Celsius in January and 18 degrees Celsius in July. Precipitation falls mostly as rain, with snow limited, for the most part, to the surrounding mountains. From 1971-2000, Chilliwack had the highest average of all daily temperatures in Canada and the city also experienced the warmest Spring temperatures in the country.
Summer - (June-August)
Days are usually warm and long. The temperature can reach up into the 30 C (86 F) during the summer months; make sure you bring your sunscreen along for your trip.
Fall - (September-November)
The fall can be an extension of the summer months, but the nights are a bit cooler. Make sure you have a sweater for the evenings.
Winter - (December-February)
The winter season in the region can vary, from a fair bit of rain to lots of snow. The mountains can receive large dumps of snow, great for winter lovers but be aware the metropolitan cities can sometimes receive a little duating as well. Be prepared for a wide range of weather, typically quite wet! Snow or warm rain jackets are advised.
Spring - (March-May)
The spring months for the region are beautiful, this is when the flowers come out and the trees turn all different colours of green. You can expect the days to start getting warm, but you will probably still need a jacket and an umbrella handy, as we do get a 'little' bit of rain!