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    Jönköping weather and climate in 2024

     

    Day

    20 °C

     

    Night

    10 °C

     

    Sea

    0 °C

     

    Precipitation

    73 mm

    in month

     

    Rainy days

    13 days

    in month

     

    Daylight

    15 hours

    average

     

    Sunshine

    7 hours

    average

     

    Humidity

    76 %

     

    Day

    20 °C

     

    Night

    10 °C

     

    Sea

    0 °C

     

    Precipitation

    73 mm

    in month

     

    Rainy days

    13 days

    in month

     

    Daylight

    15 hours

    average

     

    Sunshine

    7 hours

    average

     

    Humidity

    76 %

    Overview: Jönköping
    Jönköping, known for its unique position by the southern end of the large Vättern lake in Sweden, offers a varied climate throughout the year. Day temperatures can range from cold 1 °C (33 °F) in winter months like January to pleasantly warm 22 °C (71 °F) during the summer month of July. Rainfall is a common feature, with monthly precipitation ranging from 39 mm (1.55 in) in April to 77 mm (3.04 in) in July, and the number of rainy days can reach up to 14 in December. Temperatures at night tend to be chilly, even reaching a low of -6 °C (22 °F) in February, so warm nightwear is a must in the colder months.

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    Weather overview for Jönköping

    Weather overview

    Jönköping, known for its unique position by the southern end of the large Vättern lake in Sweden, offers a varied climate throughout the year. Day temperatures can range from cold 1 °C (33 °F) in winter months like January to pleasantly warm 22 °C (71 °F) during the summer month of July. Rainfall is a common feature, with monthly precipitation ranging from 39 mm (1.55 in) in April to 77 mm (3.04 in) in July, and the number of rainy days can reach up to 14 in December. Temperatures at night tend to be chilly, even reaching a low of -6 °C (22 °F) in February, so warm nightwear is a must in the colder months.

    January weather

    Jönköping welcomes the new year with chilly winter temperatures, averaging around 1 °C (33 °F) during the daytime. With an average of 13 of precipitation, January is a month when you should definitely pack an umbrella. The brisk wind speeds averaging 4 m/s add to the chill, so make sure to dress warmly.

    February weather

    As winter persists, February in Jönköping remains frigid with an average daytime temperature of 1 °C (34 °F). With lowered rainfall compared to January, amounting to 39 mm (1.55 in), one can enjoy clearer skies on occasion. Wind chill is worth considering, given the average wind speed of 4 m/s.

    March weather

    March hints at the coming spring with an increase in average daytime temperature to 4 °C (39 °F). Jönköping experiences frequent rainfall with 40 mm (1.59 in) during the month. The relative humidity starts to decrease, signaling a change in season, while sudden gusts of wind at 4 m/s keep the air feeling fresh.

    April weather

    April in Jönköping brings further signs of spring with temperatures averaging 10 °C (50 °F) during the day. The sun begins to show more with 5 hours of sunshine per day, though rainfall continues to be present at 39 mm (1.55 in) for the month.

    May weather

    May greets Jönköping with a noticeable jump in daytime temperature to 16 °C (60 °F), and with an average of 7 hours of sun a day, outdoor activities become much more enjoyable. Yet, the usual rain does not abandon the city, depositing 50 mm (1.95 in) over the month.

    June weather

    June brings the start of summer in Jönköping with day temperatures rising to an average of 19 °C (66 °F). As the longest days of the year grace the city, an average of 8 hours of sunshine can be expected daily, despite the 12 of rainfall.

    July weather

    July is the warmest month in Jönköping, with an impressive average daytime temperature of 22 °C (71 °F). However, it is also the wettest month, averaging 77 mm (3.04 in) of precipitation, so intermittent showers will accompany the warm weather.

    August weather

    August continues to offer warm days with average highs of 20 °C (69 °F). With 7 hours of sunshine, it is still a great time to explore Jönköping's outdoors, though one should be prepared for rain, with the month averaging 73 mm (2.88 in) of rain.

    September weather

    September in Jönköping starts to show the initial signs of autumn, with the day temperature cooling to 15 °C (60 °F). The weather remains changeable with significant rainfall over 12, but the decrease in humidity marks the transition of seasons.

    October weather

    October brings a distinct chill to Jönköping, with average daytime temperatures dipping to 10 °C (50 °F). The fall colors are in full swing, despite intermittent rains across 14 and decreasing sun hours to 3 hours a day.

    November weather

    As winter approaches, November in Jönköping sees a marked drop in temperature, averaging 4 °C (40 °F) during the day. Frequent showers over 13 and a relative humidity of 94 % add to the chilly atmosphere.

    December weather

    December in Jönköping is decidedly wintry, with low day temperatures around 1 °C (34 °F) and a high likelihood of snow given the high humidity and 14 of precipitation.

    FAQs

    How cold does it get in Jönköping in January?

    In Jönköping, January is quite cold with an average daytime high of 1 °C (33 °F) and night temperatures can dip to a frosty -5 °C (23 °F). Make sure to wear layers and a good coat to stay warm.

    Is February a dry month in Jönköping?

    February is not particularly dry in Jönköping, with an average rain of 39 mm (1.55 in) over 11, but it does see a slight decrease in precipitation from January.

    Does it start warming up in Jönköping in March?

    Yes, March sees a gentle rise in temperatures with a daytime average of 4 °C (39 °F), but with an average of 10 with precipitation and high humidity, it remains quite brisk.

    How much sunlight can I expect in Jönköping in April?

    April offers increasing daylight with an average of 5 hours of sunshine each day in Jönköping, leaving plenty of time for enjoying the outdoors.

    Is May warm in Jönköping?

    May is relatively warm in Jönköping, especially during the day with an average high of 16 °C (60 °F), signalling the arrival of spring.

    What is the longest day in Jönköping?

    The longest days in Jönköping occur in June, with the summer solstice typically promising the most daylight, which is great for spending time by the scenic Vättern lake.

    Can I enjoy swimming in Jönköping in July?

    While swimming in Vättern lake can be refreshing during July's warm days with temperatures reaching 22 °C (71 °F), do note that the lake waters generally stay quite cool even in summer.

    Is August a good month for outdoor activities in Jönköping?

    August is ideal for outdoor activities with its mild temperatures averaging 20 °C (69 °F) and plenty of sunshine at about 7 hours per day.

    Does the temperature drop significantly in Jönköping in September?

    September sees a gentle decrease in temperature, with a daytime average of 15 °C (60 °F), indicating the beginning of autumn in Jönköping.

    What's the fall foliage like in Jönköping in October?

    Fall foliage in Jönköping during October is typically vibrant, with a rich tapestry of red, orange, and yellow hues decorating the city's parks and woodlands.

    How much daylight is there in Jönköping in November?

    Daylight becomes scarce in Jönköping in November, with sun hours dropping to an average of 1 hour per day, as the nights draw in earlier.

    Are the winters harsh in Jönköping in December?

    Winters can be quite harsh in Jönköping, with December's cold winds and frequent precipitation making for a chilly environment. Nighttime temperatures drop to -4 °C (25 °F), so dressing in layers is crucial.

    Data backed by 40 years of history

    We make the most from 40 years of historical weather data to predict the best weather conditions.

    Selection of world's favourite destinations

    Deciding on where to go for a holiday is hard sometimes. Get inspired by the most popular destinations.

    16 500 000 weather records

    We aggregate data from combining multiple weather sources to ensure accuracy of the highest order.