North Korea experiences long, cold and somewhat dry winters. Summers are all too brief; often hot (central and south) and quite humid.
Winter temperatures (November-February) seldom rise above 32°F, and temps below -10°F (-23°C) are not uncommon. Summers (June-August) enjoy high temperatures in the 80s (26°C).
Approximately 65% of North Korea's annual rainfall occurs between June and September.
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North Korea's Information
|Land Area||120,408 km2|
|Water Area||130 km2|
|Total Area||120,538km2 (#97)|
|Government Type||Communist State|
|GDP (PPP)||$40.00 Billion|
|More Information||North Korea|
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