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2017 Comox Valley Weather and Tides forecast information is presented here. This weather widget provides you with up to date information on the weather for the Comox Valley. Our weather office is located in Comox at the base. The forecast presented is that for the current day and the subsequent three days. There are also links to weather maps, and weather radar. The weather radar depiction covers our local area and most of BC and Alberta.
This next widget provides up to date information on the Marine Weather in the Strait of Georgia. It provides you with a Forecast for the current day and night and next day. It also provides you with an extended forecast for the Strait of Georgian North of Nanaimo as well as one for South of Nanaimo. It is updated regularly and by scrolling through the information you will be able to get a good sense of the current and forecast winds for the waters of the Georgia Strait. There is also a link to the official government tidal forecast right after this widget.
Official Government of Canada Fisheries and Oceans Canada Tidal Forecast Data is located Here
The following chart is provided to give the reader a sense of the climate in the Comox Valley. As you will read, this region of Vancouver Island has one of the most temperate climates in Canada. While the valley does get rain in the winter, many people are able to enjoy the outdoors year round. With daytime highs near 7-8 degrees Celsius (43 to 45 degrees F) in January and February it is not hard to understand why. Most of the precipitation occurs in December and while the sun is less obvious in the wet winter months there is still enough to enjoy. When it fails to appear in the valley, a short drive up the mountain can offer result in one being able to get above the cloud in order to enjoy the sunshine. If that is not enough, Hawaii is only a short flight away in the winter and the Comox airport is well connected to flights out of Vancouver.
For may people, quality of life begins with the weather and the surrounding scenery. The Comox Valley has better weather than most of Canada and the scenery rivals that of anywhere in Canada. Looking for a change and improved quality of life? Come out for a visit and see what you think.