Weather in February in Nunavut
What is the weather like in Nunavut in February?
The weather in Nunavut in February is in general poor. February is a winter month in Nunavut.
February is a month with very cold maximum daytime temperatures around -22°C (-8°F) and nighttime temperatures around -31°C (-24°F) in Iqaluit. It is one of the coldest months of the year, so be prepared and make sure to dress up warm.
February is a dry month with an average snow/rainfall around 19mm (0.7inch) in Iqaluit.
February can be the driest month of the year.
In general it is also a
month with an average of 96 hours of sunshine in Iqaluit during the whole month.
We invite you to have a look at the map below to find out more about the different weather conditions per location in Nunavut.
Where to go in Nunavut in February
Popular destinations in Nunavut
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Average weather in Iqaluit
In February Iqaluit generally has very cold temperatures with maximum daytime temperatures around -22°C (-8°F), minimum nighttime temperatures around -31°C (-24°F) and low monthly snow/rainfall. So on average the conditions are poor that month.
Is February the best time to go to Nunavut?
In our opinion February is not the best time to visit Nunavut with commonly poor weather in Iqaluit.
On average the best time to visit Nunavut is in July with generally unpleasant weather in Iqaluit.
The worst months are January, February, March, April, May, June, August, September, October, November and December that can have poor weather conditions.
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