Winters in Mongolia are long and cold. They last from November to April, with an average daytime temperature is -13 Fahrenheit (-20 Celsius). Nighttime temperatures can be as low as -40 Fahrenheit (-40 Celsius). Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, is the coldest national capital in the world.
Mongolia is surrounded by high mountains which block most precipitation, but severe winter blizzards sometimes occur.
The winters are very long and cold while the summers are short Average temperature over most of the country are below freezing from November through March and are about freezing in April and October. January and February averages of -20 degrees Celsius are common, with winter nights of -40 degrees Celsius occurring most years. Most of Mongolia is covered by discontinuous permafrost, which makes construction and mining very difficult. Rivers and freshwater lakes freeze during the winter, and smaller streams commonly freeze to the bottom.
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