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Nunavut weather in March 2020
Below are average maximum temperatures at popular destinations in Nunavut in March. Select a destination to see more weather parameters.
The March weather guide for Nunavut shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia), the Met Office & the Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Find out more about our data sources.
Metric (°C / mm) | Imperial (°F / inches)
Guide to Nunavut weather in March
The average maximum daytime temperature in Nunavut in March is a very cold -20°C (-4°F). The average night-time temperature is usually a very cold -30°C (-22°F). There are usually 5 hours of bright sunshine each day, which represents 45% of the 12 hours of daylight.
Expect 20mm (0.8 inches) of rainfall across the whole of March with 11 days with some rain falling. Maximum UV levels will be low (1 UV index) at midday when the skies are clear.
The average sea temperature in and around Nunavut in March is -2°C (28°F).
The weather in Nunavut in March is represented by Iqaluit.
Nunavut sunrise & sunset times for March 2020
Browse the sunrise & sunset times for Nunavut in March 2020. Select a month to view Nunavut sunrise & sunset times for the next twelve months. The Nunavut sunrise & sunset times shown below are for Iqaluit.
|Date||Sunrise times||Sunset times|
|Sunday, 1st March 2020||06:39||16:55|
|Monday, 16th March 2020||06:47||18:40|
|Tuesday, 31st March 2020||05:55||19:24|
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