The City of North Bay's prime location is one factor in the significant growth of local business and industry. Historically considered the “Gateway to the North”, North Bay is ideally located at the crossroads of trans-continental highways, railways, air and fibre-optic routes and provides a link to the north, south, east and west for transportation and communication activities. These excellent connections to other markets ensure the rapid and economical transportation of people, products and raw materials.
The following provides the average North Bay temperatures for each season based on a sampling period covering 30 years provided by The Weather Network.
Average seasonal temperatures
|Metric||December – March||April – June||July – August||September - November|
|Average||- 9 ºC/ 15 ºF||10 ºC/50 ºF||18 ºC/65 ºF||6 ºC/43 ºF|
|Average High||5 ºC/41 ºF||15 ºC/59 ºF||23 ºC/74 ºF||10 ºC/50 ºF|
|Average Low||-14 ºC/6.8 ºF||5 ºC/41 ºF||13 ºC/55 ºF||2 ºC/36 ºF|
|Monthly rainfall (mm)||17||10||32||51||86||95||100||100||113||92||59||20|
|Monthly snowfall (cm)||63||52||38||16||2||0||0||0||0||5||35||61|
Situated between Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake, North Bay’s average commute time of 15 minutes allows residents more time to enjoy leisure activities and the natural beauty of the area.