College Freshman 2013-11-04T22:11:12Z
It's Raincouver. One does not move to Canada expecting it do be warm and sunny. That being said, it is one of the most temperate climates in the country, and some days can be spectacular. Even when it's raining it is still possible to go out and do things. Although there can be slight flooding problems from time to time. The weather is mild enough that it shouldn't be a factor in whether or not you decide to come to the university.
College Sophomore 2013-04-22T20:51:44Z
Vancouver is close to the south border of Canada so it isn't as cold as some people will tell you. That being said, it can still get pretty cold and it rains a lot. It snows very rarely but on some mornings I find parts of the sidewalk frozen and the steps all salted.
College Sophomore 2012-10-21T16:07:22Z
Well... it's rainy. Rainy, rainy, rainy. The season are gentle otherwise, though the day can start out sunny and end rainy, so wear layers and bring rain boots: drainage isn't very good in some spots. Absolutely gorgeous in the summer.
College Junior 2012-07-02T21:40:21Z
Get Used to the Cold – From September to April, it's pretty much average weather every day of the week, with occasional days of sunshine or, less preferable, thunderstorms. It gets very cold in the winter, and may snow occasionally, though not always hard enough to cancel classes. Right around the end of the Winter term (April) it starts to see-saw in between light showers and constant sunshine. Your basic Pacific Northwest weather. But the campus is always beautiful regardless.
College Junior 2012-03-07T17:23:40Z
Only If You're a Winter Person.. Upon arriving here, I was definitely surprised at how long winter is in Vancouver. Most days are grey and gloomy, drizzly especially. But every once in a while you get a gorgeous day, and it just makes everyone feel happy and special.
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