The climate of this region is pleasant all year long, and so tourists choose to come here through the year. In fact, it is classified as having an oceanic climate, under the Koppen classification, which gives it a diversity like none other.
Due to its location by the coast, the region experiences mild rainy winters and cool summers. Winters here are cool and not cold, and the range of annual temperature is narrower. With an oceanic climate, there are plenty of storms that occur here too, as it comes under the influence of the stormy belt of westerlies. Frequently cloudy and overcast skies dominate the landscape. A few sunny days and some snowfall can also be seen, and lucky tourists can enjoy these sights as well. In fact, the weather at different times is considered suitable for different activities through the year. In the region of Canada however, the climate of Ucluelet is considered to be unique for more reasons than one.
As it is located in the pacific temperate rainforests eco region, the region experiences high rainfall. Tourists are recommended to pack their umbrellas and raincoats to keep themselves protected during outdoor activities. A dry season is usually lacking, and only the month of July is considered to be the driest. Higher levels of precipitation are seen in the months of November, December, January and February. For the visitors, July and August are considered to be the best months to visit owing to the perfect weather for various activities. The rains are lesser due to the dry spell, making it easier to move about. With its warm temperatures and July being the warmest month, one can enjoy the various water based sports in a better way. January is the coldest and has precipitation while December is the wettest month of the year.
Moderate temperatures both in summer and winter season, make it a destination of choice for many visitors from Canada, USA and across the world. The marine weather is calmer during the spring and summer season, which makes it very popular for ocean based activities like kayaking, whale viewing, wildlife viewing and sport fishing. In winters and during fall season, the waters and weather are rough, and the temperatures colder, which limits certain activities. However, for those seeking new kinds of adventure, storm viewing is often taken up during this time.