The Geographic North Pole is the northernmost spot on the planet, where Earth's hub crosses with its surface. It is 90 degrees north, and every single longitudinal line meet there. From that point, each direction one turns is south. Since every longitudinal line starts from it, the North Pole has no time zone. Sun is always over the skyline between the mid-year months (187 days) and continually beneath the horizon between the winter months (178 evenings) at the North Pole.
There's no denying the North Pole is freezing throughout the entire year, yet it has seasons. The temperatures shift at various circumstances of the year. The hottest month is July when temperatures hit 32 degrees, and temperatures drop to -31 degrees underneath zero in February.