Today the forecast is calling for a strong northeasterly wind in the northwest of the country, as well as in the southeast, RÚV reports. It will be bright and warm in most of the country, with temperatures ranging from 14°C to 22°C, with some rain showers and slightly cooler temperatures in the eastern and northeastern regions ranging from 7°C to 13°C.
Tomorrow a variable northeasterly wind is predicted, with speeds ranging from 3 to 10 meters per second, with a slight drizzle in the southwest and partly cloudy in the north, and temperatures ranging from 8°C to 17°C, with the warmest temperatures in the northwest.
On Wednesday the forecast calls for a light northerly wind with bright weather and occasional rain showers in the south, according to the Icelandic Meteorological Office.
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