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  1. Apr 30, 2019 · May in Iceland, however, is a different story entirely. The average temperature in Reykjavik ranges from a high of 48 ºF (9 ºC) to a low of 37 ºF (3º C). There are definitely ups and downs. Today, for example, we had a high of 15 ºC, which as you’ve seen usually happens in the summer. It reminds me a little of last year’s heat wave.

  2. Apr 12, 2022 · Yes, the expected temperatures for May in Iceland range from an average of 5°C (41 F) to 10°C (50 F). However, as long as there is no wind, the cold in Iceland isn't...well, that cold. Icelandic people would consider these temperatures quite nice! In May, there is hardly any rainfall.

  3. Iceland Temperature In May In terms of temperatures, May in Iceland is generally mild with an average range of 5 to 20 degrees Celsius (41° to 68° Fahrenheit). From personal experience, I should say it’s rare for it to hit the higher range of that spectrum.

  4. Iceland’s weather in May is generally fair. The worst of winter has passed, and you can expect a better chance of blue skies and sunshine. That doesn’t mean Iceland can't be a bit chilly in May. Average temperatures range from 2 C (36 F) to 11 C (53 F). See also: Weather in Iceland & Best Time To Visit

  5. 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. The wind chill can make summer days and nights cool, as Iceland is very windy.

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  6. Nov 23, 2021 · Iceland weather in May is more than reasonable (by Iceland standards), hovering between 40 and 50 degrees F. The daylight hours continue to get progressively longer as well which means you’ll have endless hours for outdoor adventures.

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