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Rankin Inlet, Nunavut experiences a subarctic climate, with long, cold winters and short, cool summers. Average temperatures range from -18°C in January to 10°C in July.
Winter in Rankin Inlet is cold and long, lasting from October to April. Temperatures are usually around -18°C in January and February, with lows around -30°C. Snowfall is heavy, with an average of 78 cm throughout the winter.
Spring in Rankin Inlet is short and cool, lasting from May to June. Temperatures range from -2°C to 6°C, with snowfall decreasing to an average of 10 cm.
Summer in Rankin Inlet is short and cool, lasting from July to August. Temperatures range from 5°C to 10°C and precipitation is minimal, averaging only 8 cm of rain.
Fall in Rankin Inlet is short and cold, lasting from September to October. Temperatures range from -2°C to 6°C and precipitation increases to an average of 25 cm of rain.
As of 2020, the city population is 2842.
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