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Avg weather in February
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    Lapland weather February

    What’s the weather like in Lapland in February?

    It’s extremely cold in winter and Lapland weather in February is no exception. You can expect a month of heavy snowfall, which is perfect for a ski holiday or building snowmen with the family. It’s the last month of winter, but it’s often the coldest with temperatures often plummeting below freezing.

    Geographical influences

    Located in the northernmost region of Finland, Lapland borders Norway, Sweden, Russia and the Baltic Sea. Surrounding a snowy wilderness, the destination makes you feel as though you are a thousand miles away from home. It’s a sparsely populated area that’s usually not very busy, so you can take the whole family over for an unforgettable holiday in a winter wonderland. The winter months are long, lasting for up to seven months of the year. You’ll need to pack really thick and warm clothing for your visit, including hats, gloves and cosy scarves.


    Lapland’s arctic climate brings freezing weather in February with lots of snow and cold winds. The average temperature is just -7°C with chilly lows of -13°C. The humidity is very high, reaching levels of 97% in winter. There’s a 77% chance of a snowy day at this time of year, so come prepared with warm clothes and snow boots. Each day has seven hours of sunlight with a monthly rainfall of 37mm.

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