Climate & Weather
Point Pelee has the warmest climates in Ontario. The average temperatures there are -3°C in January and 23°C in July; the warmest temperatures found in Ontario. Lake Erie surrounds Point Pelee therefore the park's temperature remain calm and mild. Lake Erie increases the humidity at Point Pelee; therefore Point Pelee experiences the highest humidity in Ontario. The area doesn't receive large amounts of precipitation, on average Point Pelee receives 81 cm of precipitation. Point Pelee belongs to the Southeastern Climate Region. The temperature range at Point Pelee is 26°C; therefore it is a Continental Climate. The total precipitation at Point Pelee is 806 mm; therefore it is a Continental Climate. The seasonal distribution of precipitation in winter is 311 mm and in summer is 495 mm; therefore it is a Continental Climate. There are 244 days when it is warm enough to grow crops. Overall, Point Pelee is a Continental Climate, with the data of the precipitation and temperatures. The climates in Point Pelee has remained different from Ontario, but still allow visitors to visit.