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Arviat is a small hamlet located in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut, Canada. As it is located in the subarctic climate zone, the weather in Arviat is characterized by long and cold winters, short and cool summers, and frequent snow storms.
In the winter months, temperatures in Arviat tend to average around -25°C (with occasional days reaching as low as -30°C), and the days are short, with the sun rising around 9:00am and setting around 3:30pm. Snowfall is common in winter, with an average of about 40 cm of snow per month.
In the spring, temperatures start to increase, with averages of around -13°C in April and 0°C in May. There is still a significant amount of snowfall during this time, with an average of around 25 cm per month.
In the summer, temperatures become much more mild, with average temperatures reaching around 15°C in July. June and July are the driest months in Arviat, with an average of only 7 cm of rainfall per month.
In the fall, temperatures begin to drop again, with average temperatures reaching -6°C in September and -17°C in October. Snowfall also increases during this time, with an average of about 40 cm of snow per month.
As of 2020, the city population is 2657.
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