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I was woundering what the average weather in Canada (niagara Falls ) is during the second week of june..I looked on some weather forums & they say about 55-78..But i talked to a few people who have said there was still snow there..So i come to the people who know the best..The forum..Thanks.
 

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We ride up that way several times a year and I never even gave snow a thought. I rarely cross over the bridge just because of all the hassle that the U.S. Customs create. I think that you could comfortably wear shorts for a June trip. Enjoy the Falls!:lol:
 

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Dont ever recall snow here in mid June. Usually 50- 80* Maybe the mist from the falls was fogging up their glasses and making them see things.:thumbup:
 

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BrianH actually lives there. (when it warms up) If he doesn't respond to this thread, PM him for the low down on Niagra.
 

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Niagara Falls Weather

Mr. Scootinn, You will have warm weather in the beginning of June, 55-75 degrees would be a good guess, and the snow will be gone, contrary to popular belief. Their are plenty of things to do here, some good riding too. Americade is the first week of June also, about a four and a half, five hour ride from here. If you need any further help with the area feel free to contact me.....John :biker: PS: If you are going to cross into Canada bring your passport!
 

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Despite the fact that the distance from Niagara Falls New York, to Niagara Falls, Ontario is only a few hundred meters.
You must realize that you will be entering southern Ontario Canada in June.
That once in Canada, snow blizzards can develop out of a seemingly 'nice summers day".
Sometimes stranding travellers for weeks, as the few paved roadways that there are become impassable (except for snowmobiles) till the next thaw cycle.
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I was woundering what the average weather in Canada (niagara Falls ) is during the second week of june..I looked on some weather forums & they say about 55-78..But i talked to a few people who have said there was still snow there..So i come to the people who know the best..The forum..Thanks.
I think a "few people" are confusing June with January. I've seen the odd snowfall in April, but NEVER in May or June. In fact, June is probably the best time to visit the Falls (less crowded). Weather might be in the 50's or 60's at night, but usually in the 70's during the day. I've seen it hit the 80's during the day, but not very often. Doesn't hit the 80's usually till July and August.

For Niagara Falls itself, other than the Seneca Casino, there's not much on the US side..., all the touristy stuff, including the best views, are all on the Canadian side. Bring your passport and don't hesitate to cross the border. There's no end of decent motels and restaurants on the CDN side. Mind you, in spite of the great $$ exchange right now, Niagara Falls can be a bit pricey.

For riding, a drive along the Niagara Parkway from Fort Erie (Buffalo) to Niagara-on-the-Lake shouldn't be missed. It follows along the edge of the Niagara River and gorge from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Niagara-on-the-Lake and the Niagara Region is one of the finest wine regions in North America, with lots of wineries to tour.

Was there anything specific you wanted to know?
 

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ummmm.....yeah no snow in June

Canadian sde is far better than the US side

and yes...bring a passport to make things easier
 

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Despite the fact that the distance from Niagara Falls New York, to Niagara Falls, Ontario is only a few hundred meters.
You must realize that you will be entering southern Ontario Canada in June.
That once in Canada, snow blizzards can develop out of a seemingly 'nice summers day".
Sometimes stranding travellers for weeks, as the few paved roadways that there are become impassable (except for snowmobiles) till the next thaw cycle.
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I like your style... I'm still chuckling!
 

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Expect the weather throughout southern Ontario to be great in mid-June --typically 70's during the day. Hot and humid weather is usually later in the summer.
 

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I took a bike trip up there this last August. It was nice but got colder than expected. I think it was about 50. We rode up in T-shirts, which, in retrospect, was kinda silly.

In July I'd take a jacket for morning and evening riding, just in case.
 

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Appreciate all the info..From the research i ddi ,,i can up with the same coclusion as you all..no..snow...But my wife does say i am a wackoooo...so i thought she might be right this time..( Just this one time though)..lol....

I do have a qustion what is the best entrance to the canada side..we will be comming out of the blueridge parkway heading into canada..?Thanks all
 

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I do have a qustion what is the best entrance to the canada side..we will be comming out of the blueridge parkway heading into canada..?
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I use the bridge in Buffalo to cross the border. It doesn't have nearly the amount of traffic that Niagara does.

From Fort Erie [the Canadian side] is all 4-6 lane highway and only takes about 15 minutes to Niagara Falls.

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Get a nexus pass and it will only take about 10 minutes to cross the border there and back.
 

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I was woundering what the average weather in Canada (niagara Falls ) is during the second week of june..I looked on some weather forums & they say about 55-78..But i talked to a few people who have said there was still snow there..So i come to the people who know the best..The forum..Thanks.

I here there's lots of Viagra in "Niagra"

Sorry, I couldn't resist :joke:
 

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In July I'd take a jacket for morning and evening riding, just in case.
For sure, morning and evening can be cooler..., especially if you're closer to the lake (either Erie or Ontario).

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