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Coalmont Weather


Coalmont is located in the Tulameen River Valley, at an altitude of 744 metres (2440 ft). The Mountains on both sides of the River reach over 1400 m (4600 ft) within just 4 km. of town, so the weather can change quickly. Don't venture into the high country unless you are properly equipped.


Like the sign says, the weather in Coalmont is hot, cold, wet or dry at various times! The chart above will give you an idea of what the average High and Mean temperatures are at various times of the year. The Record High is 41.7 C (107 F) and the Record Low is -42.8 C (-45 F). It cools off at night in the Summer, and a nice breeze flows down the valley from the mountains towards Princeton most Summer afternoons, both of which help to keep the Summer heat in check. Our air-conditioned rooms give you a place to hide when you feel the need.


Coalmont has an average of 2090 hours of sunshine a year, and 323 days with some bright sunshine. The climate is very dry, with only 239 mm (9.4") of rain annually, but it does get 147 cm (58") of snow a year, for those who enjoy Winter sports. There is usually snow on the ground from the end of October to the end of March, averaging 19-29 cm (8-12") from mid December to the end of February. When you want to warm up, you won't need to fight with a cantankerous wood stove in our cozy rooms. Below you will find the current weather in nearby Princeton, and you can click on the link for a forecast, including a 14 day outlook and links to highway conditions.

NOTE: The data used to complile the above information comes from the Canadian Climate Normals Data (1971-2000) for Princeton, B.C., 19 km. away, which is the nearest recording station.