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Rockies Weather Profile for September?

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Hi all - just signed on to this forum and have a question regarding weather expectations!

My wife and I are flying into Vancouver on 4 Sept for 3 nights - collect a hire car and over to the island for 3 nights then travel through Harrison Hot Springs (1 night), Princeton (1), Osoyoos (1), Kelowna (2), Revelstoke (1), Lake Louise (1), Jasper (2), Canmore (2) - then onto Calgary and fly onto Montreal where we stay with relations for 8 nights.

In terms of expected weather we have looked at this site -

and are a bit concerned about the low temperatures stated. We have previously been to Montreal and Mont Tremblant during Sept and experience temps in the mid 20's. I appreciate we will be much further west and at a higher elevation, but can anyone comment on the temps shown on this site, please.

We have planned and booked the entire road-trip ourselves, having first looked at the various train options and decided they were too expensive for their duration.



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