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Avg weather in March
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    8 Hrsper day
    21 mmper month
    81 %avg
    10 Mphavg

    Stockholm weather March

    What’s the weather like in Stockholm in March?

    Visitors will see signs of early spring this month, but the Stockholm weather in March is still cold. Evening temperatures are likely to be below freezing, but sunshine is quite pleasant and there won’t be many rain showers.

    Geographical influences

    Although there could be some snow in early March, Stockholm’s actually one of the driest cities in Europe. The western mountains in Norway shield Sweden from the Jet Stream air from the south west and the rain that this brings.


    The weather in Stockholm in March is great if you want cold and crisp conditions, but more sunshine than in the peak winter months. The average daytime high temperature’s 3°C and at night it can be a chilly -3°C. The sunshine makes it a more comfortable time to explore Stockholm compared to between December and February. There’s an average of three hours each day from 12 hours of daylight, and the sun doesn’t set until 6.30pm for much of the month. It’s one of the drier months in southern Sweden, with just 26mm of rainfall. The wind speed’s low to moderate, like it is most of the year, and the UV and humidity levels are zero.

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