St. John's Flights GuideSt. John's is the largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador in eastern Canada along the Atlantic Ocean. Some of St. John's attractions are Rooms, Signal Hill National Historic Site, Quidi Vidi, CA Pippy Park, Johnson Geo Centre, Royal St John's Regatta Museum, Anglican Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site, and Fluvarium.
St. John's offers nonstop flights to Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Halifax, and St. Pierre & Miquelon.
St. John's climate is moderated by the Gulf Stream and is prone to tropical cyclone activity originating from the Atlantic tropical storms and hurricanes. St. John's is the cloudiest, foggiest, and windiest of the major Canadian cities. Rain falls often, year round. October to January are the wettest months with December the wettest single month. Summer is the driest season with only occasional thunderstorms. St. John's sees a whole lot of snow during winter, which can last into March or April. St John's also sees freezing rain and sleet during winter. The average high for the summer is in the 60s while the average high for winter is around freezing.The best time to visit St. John's is during the summer in July and August when the rainfall is relatively low, sun shines longer, and temperatures are its warmest.
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