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If you are looking for Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program as your route for permanent residency then consider knowing the climatic conditions that the province goes through. The temperature ranges from 0 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. However, the average temperatures vary season to season.

As a migrant when coming to Nova Scotia it is important to have a clear idea about the weather conditions prevailing in the province so that you can prepare accordingly. In this way, you will be able to adjust yourself in the Province.

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Nova Scotia province has a moderate climate as it is situated in the mid-temperate zone. It is also known as Canada's Ocean Playground due to its surrounding by water all over. There are four major water bodies The Gulf of Saint Lawrence to the north, the Bay of Fundy to the west, the Gulf of Maine to the southwest, and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast.

In Nova Scotia, you will neither feel too hot nor too cold. As it is covered majorly by water, the daily temperature thus is fluctuated by the time of day and your proximity to the ocean. Just like in India where every state has different climatic conditions, the same is the case with different provinces of Canada.

Imagine that you spend the morning in Halifax, the afternoon in Wolfville and evening in Yarmouth; you can feel the difference in the weather conditions.

What Weather Conditions and Temperature You Can Expect in Nova Scotia?

People usually avoid migrating in winter climate to Canada because of the harsh weather conditions and non-stop snowfall in the country. Thus, it is necessary to have a clear picture of favourable weather conditions for applying for your permanent residency.

Nova Scotia throughout the year has four weather conditions namely:

  • Warming up in Spring:-
    The spring season in Nova Scotia is classified into two parts that vary differently. The first half of spring season falls from mid-March to late April with temperature ranging from 32 degrees Fahrenheit to 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The second part of spring season falls from late April to mid-June with a temperature rising from 50 to 70 degrees.
  • Soaking Yourself in Summer
    The Nova Scotia summers are generally short falling from mid-June to mid-September with a temperature rising from 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. In summers, most of the Nova Scotians will be seen outside at the beaches, or restaurants, or enjoying exciting street festivals and hiking trails. Enjoying in the amusement parks or chilling with friends in some park.
  • Cooling Down in Fall:-
    Fall and spring in Nova Scotia are different but the temperatures are more or less the same. Fall is divided into two parts wherein the first part of the fall season is mid-September to mid-November has a temperature ranging from 50 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The other part is from mid-November to mid-December with temperature ranging from 30 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit. This is the perfect time to witness the beautiful flora, and going on hiking.
  • Chilling in winters:-
    Winter is the roughest time to travel or migrate to Nova Scotia if you don't like the cold conditions. However, if you enjoy and love winter activities then this is the perfect time for you to travel and experience the winters in Nova Scotia. It falls from mid-December to mid-March temperature ranging from 0 to 32 degrees. The people of Nova Scotia enjoy the winter climate by taking part in winter festivals, outdoor activities like ice-skating, snowshoeing, etc.

What is The Best Time to Migrate to Nova Scotia!

The best time to migrate to Nova Scotia depends upon your personal preference and the favourable weather conditions in which you want to travel. Every season has something great to offer and it is one of the biggest factors that contribute your decision of immigrating to Nova Scotia.

If you have decided your ideal time to apply for the Nova Scotia Immigrant Nominee Program consider connecting with the team of visa and immigration experts of Aptech Global to know the Canada PR process.

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