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Weather forecast for the next 24 hours

Southwesterly or variable winds 3-8 m/s. Partly cloudy and occasional showers, especially in the western regions. Temperatures of 8 to 18 deg. C. during the day, warmest in east part.
Forecast made 28.06.2017 18:26

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Climatological data

Through links in this article, climatological information is available, i.e. monthly- and annual values of various weather components in Iceland since 1961. Averages provided are either monthly or annual averages. Temperature is given in degrees celsius, air pressure in hPa, humidity in percentages, precipitation in millimeters and windspeed in m/s.

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