than two or three days (even though in the summer of 2018 the heat lasted for long periods). Sweden's weather has many faces. . Polar Nights (another one of Scandinavia's natural phenomena). Gothenburg - Average precipitation Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Prec.(mm) Prec.(in).220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.8.9 Days In Gothenburg, the sun rarely shines in winter, while in summer. Center-north, the center-north of Sweden is characterized by a long and icy winter, and by a short and mild summer. Stockholm Here are the average temperatures in the capital Stockholm. Lulea - Average temperatures Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Min (C) Max (C) Min (F) Max (F) In Lulea, precipitation amounts to 510 mm (20 inches) per year, with a maximum in July and August. Stockholm - Sunshine Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Hours The sea temperature in Stockholm, on the south-east coast, is close to freezing for a few months, while it reaches 17 C (63 F) in August. In the northernmost part, north of the Arctic Circle, in the Swedish part. Here are the average sea temperatures in Lulea. Here are the average temperatures of Malmö.
Stockholm, Sweden Monthly Weather Forecast
Scandinavia by month which offers weather information, clothing tips and events for the month of your travel. During winter, it often happens that almost all of Sweden is covered with snow, except the southern tip,.e. Please wait Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec. The south, on the other hand, has winter weather for only two months and a summer of more than four. Winter is the season with the most noticeable contrasts, between the different parts of the country, but also between different meteorological situations: when Atlantic air masses move over the country, the temperature fluctuates around freezing (0 C or 32 F) in much of the country. In Gothenburg it amounts to 760 mm (30 in with a maximum in summer and autumn. The ski season is longer than in the Alps, so much so that the final races of the ski World Cup are often held in Sweden, in March (eg in Åre).
The snowline is of course lower than in the Alps as well, due to the colder climate. In June, in the northernmost mountain resorts, you can even ski with the midnight sun. Ostersund - Average precipitation Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year Prec.(mm) Prec.(in).2 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.4.6.7 Days South In southern Sweden, the average temperature in January exceeds -3. Sweden boasts considerable snowfall, and in Sweden's north snow remains on the ground for 6 months each year. Feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug. Gothenburg - Average temperatures Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Min (C) Max (C) Min (F) Max (F) Since this coast is directly exposed to the west winds, precipitation is more abundant than on the other coastal areas. You can also take a look at today's current local weather conditions in Sweden.