Williams Lake is a city in the Central Interior of British Columbia, in the focal piece of an area known as the Cariboo. Williams Lake is the second biggest city, by the populace of metropolitan region, in the Cariboo in the wake of neighboring Quesnel. The city is renowned for its Williams Lake Stampede, the second biggest expert rodeo in Canada after just the Calgary Stampede.
Williams Lake has a muggy mainland atmosphere with warm summers. Spring is the driest season, and summer and winter are the wettest seasons individually. Williams Lake gets around 2,000 hours of brilliant daylight every year, which is more than the more significant part of the region. It is likewise situated in the downpour shadow of the waterfront mountains.
The most minimal temperature at any point recorded in Williams Lake was ?42.8