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Sweden Weather


Sweden weather makes it comfortable to pay visit to the heart of Sweden at any point of time in the year. Sweden maintains a temperate climate throughout the year.

But the Sweden weather cannot be predicted with perfection for every year. The Sweden weather differs for every year. But in average, the weather in Sweden is a temperate one mostly owing to the presence of the Gulf Stream. The sun is not that scorching at any point of time. You will mostly be greeted with a screen on the sun rays by the sailing cloud. The average temperature in the capital of Sweden, Stockholm is recorded as 25 degrees Celsius. A nice breeze blows from the Gulf of Bothnia and the Baltic Sea to offer charming walks along the coastline of Sweden. The humidity level is little disturbing in the summers of Stockholm. It is mostly on the high end.

The south of Sweden is always calm and cool. The south Sweden weather owes its coolness to the pine trees and big trees. The mountains are naturally cool. A sub-Arctic climate dominates the north Sweden weather. It can be freezing in the months of winter in the northern part of Sweden. The mountainous areas in Sweden offer natural snow in the season of winter.

The Sweden weather though unpredictable, offers some stability. From the month of June to middle of August the tourists can enjoy comfortable baths in the lakes of Sweden. The average water temperature recorded at that point of time is 18 degrees Celsius. The tourists intending for skiing can visit Sweden from mid December to mid April.

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