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Weather Climate in Iceland

Some questions are almost impossible to answer for travel agencies and Iceland residents because Iceland is so varied in nature and wildlife and its weather is very unpredictable. Here is as much information as possible to help plan a visit to Iceland at any time of year. 

What is the Weather Like in Iceland?

The weather in Iceland changes ALL THE TIME; you wouldn't believe there are four seasons in Iceland. Iceland enjoys a much milder climate than its name suggests which is partly due to the Gulf stream that flows along the West and South of Iceland; bringing warmth all the way from the Caribbean. However, this warmth also means that the mild Atlantic air gets mixed with the cold Arctic air coming from the North and causes sudden and frequent weather changes. This could include a lot of wind and stormy weather and that the South part of the country gets more rainfall than the North. 

What is the Temperature Like in Iceland?  

​​​​​​​Although it has already been stated that the temperature is much milder than people may expect; it is still pretty cold! Depending on where you are from, you may find it warmer, or you may find it colder than you expected... this also depends on your luck, the time you visit, and how warmly dressed you are! The temperature at Iceland's capital, Reykjavik (which is in the Southwest), can drop down to -10 degrees in winter, or go up to 10 degrees, and during summertime, it can drop down to 7 degrees and go up to 25 degrees. Whereas the largest town of Iceland (in the North), Akureyri, generally receives warmer days during summer, but colder days in winter, with a more consistent level of snow. This "mild" weather is unpredictable; one day you can wake up in Iceland to a beautiful sunny day, get dressed and then there's a raging snow blizzard outside! 

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