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Climate- At June, September, the weather is hot and humid. The temperature goes all the way up to 50°C. At April, May, October and November, the average temperature is 17°C. In winter, the weather is slightly colder. In winter, the temperature can go down to 8°C. the lowest temperature Qatar has ever had is 4°C at 1964.
Life Expectancy- The life expectancy of Qatar is 75.35.
GDP (Gross Domestic Product): $98.313 Billion.
Natural Resources: Petroleum, Natural gas, fish and pearls.
Climate: In Yemen, the temperature can go up to 54°C. During January and February, however, the temperature averages about 20° C. Summers are temperate and winters are cool, with some frost. Temperatures vary from 22° C in June, the hottest month, to 14° C January. Rainfall in the highlands ranges from 41 cm at Sana to 81 cm in the monsoon area of the extreme southwest. The average year-round temperature at Sana is 18° C.
Life expectancy: 62.9 years.
GDP: $26.265 billion.
Natural Resources: Petroleum, fish, rock salt, marble; small deposits of coal, gold, lead, nickel, and copper; fertile soil in west.
Climate: The highest temperature, 49° C, was recorded in the extreme north, and the lowest, 16° C, in the southern tip of the country. The average temperature is 16° C. Light snowfalls occur occasionally in Buenos Aires. Throughout Argentina, January is the warmest month and June and July are the coldest. North of the Río Negro, the winter months (May–August) are the driest period of the year.
Life Expectancy: 76.56 years.
GDP: US$ 308.7 million.
Natural Resources: Fertile plains of the pampas, lead, zinc, tin, copper, iron ore, manganese, petroleum, uranium.