From Iceland — Hopes Of Good Summer Crushed By Meterologist

Hopes Of Good Summer Crushed By Meterologist

Published July 16, 2013

This July might very possibly become the coldest July for a whole century in Iceland.
So far, this month‘s average temperature in the South and Southwest is only 9.6°C, which is exceptionally low, said meterologist Haraldur Ólafsson on the morning radio show at Rás 2.

Not only has it been unusually cold but also very wet, while the people of North and East Iceland have enjoyed some sunshine and warm weather at least.

And there‘s not much hope for a drastic change in the weather before the end of the month, in fact, it looks as if it‘s going to rain till sometime in August!

Maybe July will be the coldest July since records began? Stay tuned for more exciting weather news from Iceland!

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