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Avg weather in November
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    66 mmper month
    94 %avg
    6 Mphavg

    Lapland weather November

    What’s the weather like in Lapland in November?

    By the time November arrives in Lapland, the entire vast wilderness is covered with a thin layer of snow. It’s not as thick as the snowfall in December and January, but it’s still substantial enough that temperatures are quite low and it can get rather chilly at night.

    Geographical influences

    Lapland weather in November is extremely cold and temperatures often dip below 0°C. Lapland is found in the north of Finland and has a cool subarctic climate. It’s also defined as having a continental climate, which means you can expect cold, snowy winters with mild and short summers. Wintery weather arrives in November and the snow lands quickly. It’s not perfect skiing conditions yet though, so if you want to enjoy the thicker snow, you should wait until the peak winter months to travel.


    Lapland is very cold in November, so you’ll need to pack plenty of layers to stay warm. It’s a great time to visit and meet Father Christmas before the crowds arrive in December. The daily average temperature is around -3°C with highs of just 1°C. Things continue to get cooler overnight, with lows of -4°C. There’s just five hours of sunshine a day with 7mph winds blowing through the region throughout the month. Humidity levels are very high, peaking at 95% with an average monthly rainfall of just 43mm.

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