There will be a southerly wind everywhere on the northern edge of the Snæfellsnes Peninsula and the mountain roads of the Westfjords until noon, Morgunblaðið reports. Wind speeds of 25 meters per second in these areas, making driving conditions could be dangerous for semi-trailers, as reported by the Icelandic Meteorological Office.
“[There should be]…a strong wind in a southerly direction stretching westwards until noon, and then it should slow down. It will be partly cloudy in the eastern and northeastern regions, where the temperature is expected to be at or above 20 degrees Celsius, while it will be slightly overcast in the west of the country with a temperature of about 10 degrees Celsius,” according to the forecast.
There will be a fresh breeze (wind force 5) tomorrow, partly sunny, and still warm around the northeast, but rain for a while in the western half of the country. On Saturday there will be a light southwesterly wind, with mild, cloudy weather, says the Meteorological Office.
Weather Forecast For The Next Few Days
Today: South wind at 8-15 meters per second, partly rainy in the west, with wind and precipitation reducing later in the afternoon. Slower winds and generally clear weather in the east. 8 to 15 degrees Celsius, but closer to 15 and 20 degrees in the northeast and east.
South wind at 5-13 meters per second. Bright weather in the northeast and east, but light rain in the west. 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, but 15 to 22 degrees Celsius in the northeast of the country.
Southwest wind at 3-8 meters per second, cloudy with little precipitation. 7 to 15 degrees Celsius, most mild in the east.
Southerly wind at 8-13 meters per second, partly rainy in the west, less windy and partly cloudy in the east and northeast. 9 to 18 degrees Celsius, warmest in the northeast.
Southwesterly wind and light showers, clear weather in the east. 8 to 16 degrees Celsius, warmest in the east.
On Tuesday and Wednesday (National Day):
Rainy with variable wind, especially in the afternoon. 8 to 14 degrees Celsius.
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