The climate throughout the Great lakes and St Lawrence lowlands can differ between the seasons. In the winter the weather can turn out to be cold, the temperature can get down to -30 degrees Celsius. In the summers it can get very warm and humid, temperatures can get up to about 21 degrees Celsius. With many frost free days through the year, that makes it so that theres a longer growing season. The Great lakes and St Lawrence lowlands gets about 875mm of precipitation each year, thats leaves the land neither to dry or to wet.
Canadian Geographic Regions- The Great Lakes. By: Erinn Banting