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    North Norway climate


    North Norway climate

    Overview: North Norway

    Welcome to the mesmerizing North Norway, a land of stunning fjords, snow-capped mountains, and the enchanting Northern Lights. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes of Lofoten, Senja, and Tromsø, where dramatic cliffs meet pristine beaches and charming fishing villages dot the coastline. Embark on thrilling Arctic adventures such as dog sledding, whale watching, and hiking in the midnight sun. Experience the warm hospitality of the Sami people, learn about their fascinating culture, and indulge in delicious Arctic cuisine. A journey to North Norway promises an unforgettable blend of natural wonders and unique cultural encounters.

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    Mountain range in Lofoten in the night
    Aerial view of mountain range in Lofoten at sunset time
    Mountain range in Senja on a sunny day with some clouds

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    Climate overview and FAQs

    Climate overview

    North Norway is a region with a cold climate. The day temperatures range from -2 °C (29 °F) in February to 15 °C (59 °F) in July. Temperatures during the night go from -6 °C (20 °F) in February to 9 °C (48 °F) in July. The least rainy month in North Norway is June with its 10 days of rain, the rainiest month is October, when it rains 17 days.

    When is the best time to go to North Norway?

    The best time to visit North Norway is between July and August. In this period day temperatures range from 14 °C (58 °F) to 15 °C (59 °F), night temperatures from 8 °C (47 °F) to 9 °C (48 °F) and you can expect on average 12 days of rain per month and 6 of sunshine on average per day. North Norway is also a winter sports resort, so there is a season for these activities also in winter.

    What month has the lowest rainfall in North Norway?

    It rains the least in North Norway in the months of May - August, when it rains on average 11 days per month and 72 mm (2.84 in) of precipitation falls, which is still a number that prevents calling this a wet season.

    What time of year are the highest night temperatures in North Norway?

    The highest night temperatures in North Norway occur in the months of July - August. During this time the night temperatures are between 8 °C (47 °F) - 9 °C (48 °F).

    Which months have the highest daily temperature in North Norway?

    The hottest month in North Norway is July with a temperature of 15 °C (59 °F). The period with the highest daytime temperatures is in North Norway during July - August. The temperatures range at this time between 14 °C (58 °F) - 15 °C (59 °F).

    What is the humidity in North Norway?

    North Norway belongs to destinations with lower humidity. It is in the range of 72 % - 79 %.

    Is it windy in North Norway?

    Yes, North Norway is an above-average wind location with a wind index of 4 - 6. The wind blows the most in December - February and the least in June - August.

    Which month is the sunniest in North Norway?

    The period, which is the sunniest in North Norway, is in the months of May - July, when there is an average of 7 sun hours per day.

    Is it freezing a lot in North Norway?

    Yes, it is likely to be freezing at night in North Norway in the months of October - May. And often during the day in the months of November - April.

    What is the least cloudy season in North Norway?

    The least cloudy months in North Norway are April - July, when the cloud cover is on average only 68 %.


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