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Heritage Village, Vineland, Ontario

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Niagara Micro-Climate

 

 Vineland and nearby St. Catharines enjoy a unique micro-climate caused by the moderating influence of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, and the sheltering effect of the Niagara Escarpment .

Heritage Village  can enjoy many frost-free days in the winter, but we occasionally get lots of  lake-effect snow. The summer season is usually warm and wet, sometimes hot and humid, with an average temperature of 27 °C (81 °F) in July. Summer thunderstorms are not as prevalent  as further west in Southern Ontario. 

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The sun shines in  our Peninsula some  1,900  hours per year, with December being the dullest month. The bright sunshine of the growing season is what we stay for.  Our resident snowbirds follow all migration routes south when November hits.

Look for the rainbows.  We already found the pot of gold, right here!.

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Rainbow, looking south from Kerry Court.

 

When snowbirds take flight.

 

Breadcrumb Trail

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