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Pond Inlet, Nunavut experiences a cold, dry climate year-round. In the winter, temperatures can range from -20 to -30°C and snow is common. Winter days are short, with the sun rising at around 10:00am and setting at around 2:00pm. In the spring, temperatures begin to warm up, ranging from -5 to 5°C. The sun begins to stay out for longer, with sunrise occurring around 7:00am and sunset occurring around 9:00pm. In the summer, temperatures can range from 5 to 15°C, with the sun rising at around 4:00am and setting at around 11:00pm. During this time, rain is more frequent than snow. In the fall, temperatures cool again and range from -5 to 5°C. The days become shorter again, with sunrise occurring at around 8:00am and sunset occurring at around 6:00pm.
As of 2020, the city population is 1617.
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