An advertisement said “the whole island is air conditioned!” Iceland’s cool, oceanic climate is sort of mild for its latitude of 63-66° North, because of the nice and cozy Gulf stream . The summers are short but bright and therefore the best time to go to is late May to early September – that’s , if you’re planning a summer holiday. the typical daytimesalmon fishing club, Icelandic weather deeply defend, Salmon Club Iceland temperature round the coast during May to September is 10-12°C (50-55°F). A warm summer day would have temperatures around 20°C. Average daily sunshine in July and August is 5-6 hours and through the summer months the nights are bright. On clear days you’ve got 24 hours of daylight and even the atmospheric phenomenon near the Arctic Circle . However, the weather is extremely changeable and unpredictable so you ought to always be prepared for the unexpected.

salmon fishing club, Icelandic weather deeply defend, Salmon Club IcelandIf you’re looking to ascertain the aurora borealis , the time to go to is from September through March. Icelandic winters aren’t as cold as you would possibly expect and therefore the winter is in some ways a more interesting time to go to Iceland. there’s a proverb in Iceland, as in many other countries: “If you don´t just like the weather, just wait 5 minutes”. A typical weather experience would be something like this: