Today in Oslo, Norway
Partly cloudy skies. High -3C. Winds light and variable.
A few clouds from time to time. Hard freeze expected. Low -8C. Winds light and variable.
This weather data was last updated 2018-12-11 20:30:36.
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The country of Norway otherwise known as The Kingdom of Norway is located in the north of Scandinavia in northern Europe. The climate in the country depends on where you are. In cities like Oslo which is located in the lowlands of the country the weather tends to be sunnier and warmer but during the winter, Oslo can also be really cold. The country latitude has a great influence on the amount of daylight that people see. Keep in mind that some areas are located in the Arctic Circle and that is why Norway is known as the Land of the Midnight Sun. In Norway weather, the areas that are located below the Arctic Circle can get up to 20 hours of light each day.
The city of Oslo is located to the south of Norway. The city experiences what is called hemiboreal humid continental climate. The latitude of the city allows it to have over 18 hours of daylight in the middle of the summer while in the winter that average drops to 6. The summers are pleasantly warm in the city of Oslo. The hottest month of the year is July when the average high temperature is 24 Celsius (75 Fahrenheit). Norway weather in Oslo gets cool and snowy during the winter. The coldest month of the year is February when the average low temperature is -6.8 Celsius (19.8 Fahrenheit). We at Norway Weather.Net recommend that if visit Oslo in the winter that you are ready for a lot of snow.
The city of Bergen is the second largest in Norway and is located in the west coast at about the same latitude as Oslo. The climate of Bergen is oceanic and it does see a lot of influence from the Atlantic Ocean. Norway weather in Bergen is cool during the winter and warm at best during the summer. Despite its location the temperatures do not really get that low with the average low temperature in February being -0.5 Celsius (31.1 Fahrenheit). What Bergen does get a lot of is precipitation, especially during the months of September through December. Throughout the year Bergen gets 235 days of precipitation so we at www.norwayweather.net recommend that you bring the umbrella when you visit.
Trondheim is the third largest in Norway and it is one of the places that starts seeing the sunshine hours be really low, especially during the winter. In the month of December, the city of Trondheim only gets 9.3 mean sunshine hours. That is for the entire month so visiting during the winter months will make for a very gloomy and dark stay. We at Norway Weather.Net recommend visiting Trondheim from the months of April through September as when Norway weather gives you enough light, you get to see how beautiful the area really is. The coolest month of the year in the area is January with -6.5 Celsius (20.3 Fahrenheit) average low temperature. The hottest is July with an average temperature of 18.4 Celsius (65.1 Fahrenheit).
Kristiansand is located to the south of Norway and in fact it is almost the southernmost point in the country. As you might expect the climate in Kristiansand does change a lot when compared to other municipalities in the north. The average number of days with precipitation is 194 and believe it or not that is much better than places just a little north. The month with the most precipitation is November when for 20 days the people of Kristiansand see 164 millimeters (6.46 inches) of precipitation. Visiting at any time of the year makes checking the weather forecast at www.norwayweather.net necessary because of the precipitation. Though it is not the biggest or most popular city, it is highly recommended that you visit it.
The city of Troms is located to the north of the country and the climate here is subarctic. The summers are very short and the temperatures during the winter are very cold. The coolest month of the year is January with an average high temperature of -2.2 Celsius (28 Fahrenheit). At night, those temperatures drop to an average of -6.5 Celsius (20.3 Fahrenheit). The coldest temperature ever recorded in the city of Troms is -18.4 Celsius (-1.1 Fahrenheit). Troms is at a latitude when sunshine disappears almost completely from November through January. By December, Troms gets almost 0 hours of sunshine while in January it only goes up to 3. The best time to visit the city is therefore the summer.