What’s the weather like in Lapland in July?
The snow has melted by summer, leaving lush green landscapes and a warmer climate. Lapland weather in July is lovely and warm, enjoying the hottest temperatures of the year with low levels of wind and humidity.
You’ll find Lapland in the north of Finland. It’s usually covered by a thick blanket of white snow but it’s a lot greener and milder in summer. The warm weather is influenced by the North Atlantic Current which helps to keep temperatures high and comfortable this month. The climate is subarctic with continental influences, which means it’s generally cold and snowy in winter and mild and sunny in summer.
Lapland enjoys mild weather throughout the summer with highs of 20°C in July. Each day has a minimum of six hours of sunshine a day and the sun doesn’t set until after 11pm. This occurs due to the Midnight sun phenomenon that takes place at this time of year. At night, temperatures dip to 30°C with 7mph winds. The average humidity is 72% with a monthly rainfall of 72mm.