Canada (Northwest Territories)

The climate of the Northwest Territories' is relatively cold and dry. The region experiences temperate but often sunny summers, when temperatures rarely exceed 25°C. The winters can be bitterly cold with temperatures dropping to -40°C, especially in the sub-region north of the Arctic Circle. Variability is considerable and with climate change becoming more so with greater extremes of hot and cold and wet and dry.

The provision of seasonal forecasts for the Northwest Territories is supported by the Government of the Northwest Territories, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (Climate Change Unit).

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