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Pointe-Claire, Quebec is located in the province of Quebec in eastern Canada. The climate in Pointe-Claire is classified as humid continental, meaning that the weather is typically cold in the winter, warm in the summer, and generally quite wet throughout the year.
In the winter months (December to February), temperatures in Pointe-Claire typically range from -12° to -3° Celsius. Snow is common during this time, with an average of 84 cm of snowfall throughout the winter.
In the spring (March to May), temperatures range from 4° to 16° Celsius. This season is generally quite wet, with an average of 68 mm of rain per month.
In the summer months (June to August), temperatures usually range from 18° to 27° Celsius. Pointe-Claire typically receives an average of 77 mm of rainfall per month during the summer.
In the fall (September to November), temperatures range from 5° to 16° Celsius. Rainfall is common throughout the season, with an average of 64 mm of rain per month.
As of 2020, the city population is 31380.
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