One location would be around Kamloops BC.

The biggest part of Canada has a continental climate, although average winter and summer high temperatures across Canada vary according to the location. The annual precipitation totals are averages of weather data collected during 1981 to 2010.

Kamloops is arid climate . Chart and data: Total Precipitation - Monthly data (1 year) for Toronto for Toronto, Ontario, Canada Climate and Average Weather in Canada. The total amount of rain, drizzle, snow, sleet, etc. In Calgary, precipitation amounts to 425 mm (16.5 in) per year, with a minimum in winter, when snowfalls are quite frequent but light, and a maximum in summer. The deserted beach gathers 6325 mm (20.8 feet) of preciptation a year. Canada - Canada - Climate: Because of its great latitudinal extent, Canada has a wide variety of climates.

Ocean currents play an important role, with both the warm waters of the Gulf Stream in the Atlantic and the Alaska Current in the Pacific affecting climate. Map of projected climate change in Canada. Winters can be harsh in many regions of the country, particularly in the interior and Prairie provinces, which experience a continental climate. A search of Canadian weather stats would point to several places. List of Major Cities in Canada Average Annual Rainfall Amounts, with Precipitation Measured in Millimetres Another location that surprised me was Norman Wells in the NWT. Rainfall is around 300 mm annual. No region of Canada measures as much precipitation as the west coast of British Columbia.

Frozen precipitation is measured according to its liquid equivalent: 10 cm of snow is usually about 10 mm of precipitation. And no weather station on that coast comes close to recording the amount of rain that falls into the Mitchell Inlet rain gauge on Moresby Island in Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands). Seasonal average precipitation departures from the 1961-1990 reference value, Canada, 1948 to 2014 Long description The markers show the seasonal average precipitation departures in percentage over the period 1948 to 2014 for winter (top-left chart), spring (top-right chart), summer (bottom-left chart) and fall (bottom-right chart). Here is the average precipitation. Nearly all of that, 99 percent, falls as rain. These are all the metropolitan areas that, according to Statistics Canada, had at least 100,000 people in 2011. The map shows the 30-year average of the total precipitation for the time period under consideration (e.g., season, year).