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Moonbeam, Ontario, located in the Northeastern region of the province, experiences a range of temperatures throughout the year. In the winter months, the average temperature is -17.5 degrees Celsius, with lows sometimes dropping into the -20s. The coldest days are usually in January and February, while the warmest usually occur in March and April.
In the spring, temperatures begin to warm up with average temperatures ranging from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. The warmest days can reach the low 20s, which often happens in May and June.
In the summer months, average temperatures in Moonbeam range from 17 to 28 degrees Celsius. The hottest days often occur in July and August, with temperatures sometimes reaching the mid to high 30s.
In the fall months, temperatures cool down again with average temperatures ranging from 8 to 18 degrees Celsius. The coldest days usually occur in October and November, while the warmest often occur in September.
Overall, Moonbeam experiences a range of temperatures throughout the year, with the coldest days usually occurring in the winter and the hottest days usually occurring in the summer.
As of 2020, the city population is 1231.
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