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Avg weather in March
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    Lapland weather March

    What’s the weather like in Lapland in March?

    Lapland sits in the Arctic Circle, which means you’re almost guaranteed snow and cold weather for most of the year. Lapland weather in March is very cold and snowy, which makes it a great time for skiing and snowboarding down the white snowy slopes.

    Geographical influences

    Lapland’s climate is subarctic and the region receives heavy snowfall throughout winter. March is slightly milder than previous months, but it’s still freezing and you’ll need to pack lots of warm layers. Lapland is situated in the northernmost point of Finland and ideal for getting a great view of the Northern Lights.


    March is the first month of spring in Lapland, but the month remains cold with snow covered mountains and valleys. There’s little wind at this time of year, with breezes travelling at an average speed of 8mph. This makes the weather feel slightly less cold as you don’t have a bitter cool wind to drag temperatures down further. Average temperatures range from lows of -10°C to highs of -2°C. There’s just 33mm of rainfall this month with a 58% of a snowy day. Lapland sees 11 hours of sunlight per day with a very high humidity of 96%.

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