What’s the weather like in Reykjavik in July?
The weather in Reykjavik in July is quite mild compared to the winter, but it’s still very cold and night times are particularly chilly.
Located in southwest Iceland, it’s no surprise that Reykjavik experiences a cold subarctic climate. With low temperatures lasting for most of the year, you need to pack warm clothes no matter when you visit. You’re likely to find some strong winds in the summer, which can lower temperatures further and make it feel much colder.
Reykjavik weather in July is cold with temperatures rarely rising above 13°C. At night, it gets even colder when temperatures lower to 9°C and wind speeds begin to pick up. The average sea temperature is just 11°C, which is far too cold for swimming. Over the month, you can expect 20mm of rainfall across 21 days.