January is one of the coldest and darkest month of the year in Iceland, the weather is extremely unpredictable and can change very fast from being raining, windy, snowing and sunny, also there are often storms and blizzards. In January, the average temperature is -0.5°C (31,1°F).
September marks the profound seasonal change and beginning of fall in Iceland. This you can simply feel in the air and see in the flora around. It is the month Icelanders welcome colder temperatures and start closing the window before bedtime. After all, the average temperature is only about 8°C (46,4 Fahrenheit).
Jan 24, 2023 · The inverse, however, is also true: in the winters, which average a temperature of 32 degrees Fahrenheit, the sun does not rise, leaving the country in the dark for 24 hours. This is the best time to see Iceland’s Northern Lights, when there’s no natural daylight to compete with the gorgeous display. Where to Live in Iceland
Visiting Iceland in April is a trip you will never forget! Weather in April in Iceland. The average temperature in April in Iceland is somewhere around 1°C to 7°C (about 34°-45° Fahrenheit), which makes April the first month of the year above the freezing mark. The weather in Iceland is ever-changing. That’s true for any month really, but ...
The last two months of the year were warm. Wind speed was close to average. Temperature. The annual average in Reykjavík was 5.5°C, 0.8°C above the 1961 to 1990 mean, but -0.3 below the mean of the last ten years (2008-2017). In Stykkishólmur the average temperature was 4.5°C, 1.0°C above the 1961 to 1990 mean.
The average maximum daytime temperature in Reykjavík in February lies at 3.3°C (37.94°F). The average minimum temperature is -1.9°C (28.58°F) (usually the minimum temperature is noted at night). The amount of rain/snow during this month is moderate with an average of 85mm (3.3in). It rains/snows an average of 12 days of the month.
Jan 18, 2023 · Averaged across land and ocean, the 2021 surface temperature was 1.51 °F (0.84 °Celsius) warmer than the twentieth-century average of 57.0 °F (13.9 °C) and 1.87 ˚F (1.04 ˚C) warmer than the pre-industrial period (1880-1900). The nine years from 2013 through 2021 rank among the 10 warmest years on record. Full 2021 report Related Content