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  1. The best weather in Iceland occurs in the summer, however, it can still be unpredictable. Iceland's temperatures in summer can be as low as 41 F (5 C) but as warm as 77 F (25 C) during this time of year. On average, Iceland's weather in summer is between 50-59 F (10 to 15 C). Summers are not as wet as spring, but it does rain occasionally.

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  2. Feb 22, 2022 · Is Iceland cold? Yes, it’s cold but not as cold as you might think. It also depends on your definition of cold. In July, weather in Iceland averages between 48-57℉. On a sunny day, Icelanders can be seen sun tanning on the porch of their summer house. For most visitors, 57℉ is still sweater weather, but it’s comfortable and great for hiking.

  3. Mar 16, 2021 · The average temperature in Iceland in summer is about 10°C/50°F so dress accordingly. You also need to be prepared for higher and lower temperatures plus some storms and heavy rain. Iceland is windy. Almost always. It just variates how strong the wind is. The weather in Iceland in summer is unpredictable and changes a lot.

  4. I have seen Iceland when the temperatures can range up from 18 until 20 degrees Celsius, but this is so super rare, and I would not prepare for that. I would say that an average summer day in Iceland is around 55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit, or 12 to 15 degrees Celsius, a.k.a you’ve got to leave your shorts at home.

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  6. Iceland hæð a bit of fair weather especially when you consider just how far north it is. The temperature is usually from -15 to +20 degrees Celsius. 20 degrees is very warm, nothing like 20 degrees in Spain for example. Summers range from 8–20 degrees and winter's hover around +5 degrees to -12 or so, with a few days warmer and few colder.

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