Local Climate

At an elevation of 820 feet (250 metres), Lillooet enjoys a semi-arid climate with over 300 hours of sunshine during summer months and fewer than 80 days of precipitation annually, totalling 15 inches (390mm).

Our low precipitation and humidity makes Lillooet an ideal location for new investment.

In 2003, the temperature during the summer months (June - August) was as follows:


  Average 22.0 c
  Average High 31.0 c
  High 39.9 c
  Average Low 14.8 c

For the current forecast, please visit Environment Canada.

During the summer months, high temperatures in Lillooet are frequently the hottest in Canada. See how our weather compares to other BC "hot spots"!