Weather in Victoria, BC
Located in a sub-Mediterranean zone, and with an average of 2,185 hours of sunshine a year, Victoria receives substantially less rain than both Vancouver and Seattle. Average annual rainfall is 647 mm (25.5 inches), compared to over 50 inches in New York.
Victoria has a very low humidity ratio and almost constant offshore breezes which keep summer days from becoming too hot and summer evenings cool. The city often enjoys a warm, sunny September, when deciduous trees turn the city to gold, but lawns and golf courses stay green and lush through the winter. Winters are mild, and spring arrives as early as February.