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Alert, Nunavut vs Urakawa Climate & Distance Between

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  • The distance between Alert, Nunavut, Canada and Urakawa, Japan is approximately 6,082 km or 3,779 mi.
  • To reach Alert, Nunavut in this distance one would set out from Urakawa bearing 3.9° or N and follow the great circles arc to approach Alert, Nunavut bearing 157.3° or SSE .
  • Alert, Nunavut has a tundra climate (ET) whereas Urakawa has a warm summer continental/ hemiboreal climate with no dry season (Dfb).
  • The mean annual temperature is 25.8 °C (46.4°F) cooler.
  • Average monthly temperatures vary by 14.1 °C (25.4°F) more in Alert, Nunavut. The continentality subtype is truly continental as opposed to subcontinental.
  • Total annual precipitation averages 977.2 mm (38.5 in) less which is equivalent to 977.2 l/m² (23.98 US gal/ft²) or 9,772,000 l/ha (1,044,692 US gal/ac) less. About 1/7 as much.
  • The altitude of the sun at midday is overall 40.2° lower in Alert, Nunavut than in Urakawa.
  • Relative humidity levels are 3.8% lower.
  • The mean dew point temperature is 25.5°C (45.9°F) lower.

Climate Comparison Table

The table shows values for Alert, Nunavut relative to Urakawa. You can also view this comparison the other way around from the perspective of Urakawa vs Alert, Nunavut.

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Annual
maximum temperature iconAverage Max Temperature °C ( °F) -29 (-51) -30 (-54) -33 (-59) -30 (-53) -22 (-39) -15 (-27) -14 (-25) -19 (-35) -27 (-49) -31 (-57) -33 (-59) -29 (-53) -26 (-47)
average temperature iconAverage Temperature °C ( °F) -29 (-52) -31 (-55) -33 (-60) -30 (-54) -21 (-38) -14 (-25) -14 (-25) -19 (-34) -27 (-48) -31 (-56) -33 (-59) -30 (-53) -26 (-46)
minimum temperature iconAverage Min Temperature °C ( °F) -29 (-53) -31 (-56) -34 (-60) -30 (-55) -21 (-37) -14 (-24) -14 (-26) -19 (-34) -26 (-47) -31 (-55) -33 (-59) -30 (-55) -26 (-47)
rainfall iconAverage Precipitation mm (in) -37 (-1) -29 (-1) -46 (-2) -80 (-3) -94 (-4) -106 (-4) -112 (-4) -129 (-5) -112 (-4) -92 (-4) -84 (-3) -57 (-2) -977 (-38)
daylight iconAverage Daylight Hours & Minutes/ Day -9h 18' -10h 19' -2h 55' +9h 07' +9h 36' +8h 58' +9h 15' +10h 19' +2h 29' -9h 15' -9h 34' -8h 58'   0h 00'
sun altitude iconSun altitude at solar noon on the 21st day (°) -40.2 -39.9 -40 -40.1 -40.2 -40.3 -40.4 -40.5 -40.4 -40.3 -40.4 -40.3   -40.2
relative humidity iconRelative Humidity (%) +3 -4 -14 -16 -8 -6 -11 -3 +3 +5 +3 +3   -3.8
dewpoint temperature iconAverage Dew Point Temperature °C & (°F) -27.6 (-50) -30.1 (-54) -34.2 (-62) -31 (-56) -21.3 (-38) -14.6 (-26) -15.4 (-28) -19 (-34) -25.3 (-46) -28.8 (-52) -30.4 (-55) -28.2 (-51) -25.5 (-46)

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