The weather is generally quite warm during the day and cools off significantly at night. The temperature ranges from 50 – 80 degrees Fahrenheit. You do run into some colder days in early June and late August to September.
By the middle of the summer, the heat can be intense on the water. It's always good to have a good SPF, along with a sun shirt that you can wear to protect yourself from the summer heat.
Sometimes, thunderstorms are inevitable up in Northern Canada. It's just a natural occurrence that can happen at any time. We suggest bringing good rain gear for the boat, just incase you get caught in a storm!
The Arctic Circle can sometimes send high winds our way, making it a colder day on the lake and causing some higher waves. We suggest bringing warmer clothing, layers, and waterproof gear, especially in the earlier and later months of the season.
WHAT TO EXPECT
|June||57˚F – 70˚F (14˚C – 21˚C)|
|July||68˚F – 80˚F (20˚C – 27˚C)|
|August||65˚F – 80˚F (18˚C – 27˚C)|
|September||46˚F – 62˚F (8˚C – 17˚C)|