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Gjoa Haven, Nunavut has a subarctic climate with very long, cold winters and short, cool summers. The average temperature in January, the coldest month, is -25.3°C, while the average temperature in July, the warmest month, is 8.1°C.
The annual average precipitation is very low, at only 177mm. Rainfall is mostly concentrated in the summer months, when it averages around 25mm per month, while snowfall is more evenly distributed throughout the year, with around 15mm per month in the winter months and 10mm per month in the summer months.
Gjoa Haven has an average of 77 days with temperatures below 0°C and only 15 days with temperatures above 10°C. The average humidity is relatively low, ranging from 60 to 80%.
The coldest temperature ever recorded in Gjoa Haven was -45.6°C in 1956, and the hottest temperature ever recorded was 25.6°C in 1947.
As of 2020, the city population is 1324.
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