Known for its clean sea air, St. John’s has a temperate climate that rarely sees extreme weather. Winter temperatures here generally hover around the 0 C mark, but do pack a jacket for the cool breezes near the water’s edge – and for any snowboarding, skiing or other outdoor pursuits.
Average summer temperatures are mild, typically around 16 C. However, warm temperatures do regularly climb as high as 25 C. But be sure to keep a jacket with you for when it cools down at night.
Spring and fall are also mild in St. John’s (and Newfoundland and Labrador on a whole) so simply bring clothes that fit the activities you have planned. And of course, a sweater or jacket for cool evenings.