Tides and Weather
Summer temperatures range from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius (70-80 degrees Fahrenheit), with low humidity. Although not as frequent, on some hot summer days the temperature rises above 30 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit).
Occasionally the area sees frost, and even more infrequently receives snowfall. In fact, Victoria is the only Canadian city to ever record winters when the thermometer did not once register below freezing. But when it does snow; little rivals the winter-land beauty of the crisp snow contrasted against the vibrant green coastal rainforests. Snowfall is fleeting and rarely stays on the ground for more than a day or two. This makes the Sooke region one of those rare places that visitors are drawn to at any time of year. Even in January, visitors and local residents can enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, sailing, hiking and golf.