What’s the weather like in Reykjavik in November?
Reykjavik weather in November is very cold and cloudy with not much sunshine. It’s still a great time to visit the city if you don’t mind the cooler weather and wearing a few extra layers.
Reykjavik is the capital city of Iceland. It’s known for its stunning coastline, which is home to coves, peninsulas and small islands. The weather is mostly subarctic, which means temperatures are cool for most of the year. It’s also quite cloudy and the sun doesn’t stay out for long.
There’s just one hour of sunshine per day in November as cloud coverage is more likely in the autumn and winter. It can also be quite wet with around 30mm of rainfall spread over 20 days of the month. Temperatures are low, starting at just 0°C and rising to 3°C during the day. It might rise to 5°C on a good day, but you’ll always need a warm jacket and an umbrella to prepare for the rain.