What’s the weather like in Stockholm in November?
The Stockholm weather in November will be cold, crisp and with the chance of snowfall at the end of the month. It should be above freezing during the day around the beautiful Swedish capital, but at night, temperatures will drop by four or five degrees.
Winter and autumn are drier than summer, although the year-round rainfall in Sweden is low compared to most northern European countries. Stockholm, in the south-east at the mouth of Lake Malaren, is protected by Jet Stream winds by the mountains in the west of Norway.
The weather in Stockholm in November is warmer than the main winter months between December and February. This exciting Scandinavian city has an average daytime high temperature of around 4°C. At night, this’ll often dip to 0°C. Visitors enjoy the brighter conditions and light cloud cover in Stockholm this month compared to winter, with two to three hours of sunshine from eight hours daylight. The sun rises at 7.30am and sets at around 3.30pm for most of November. Rainfall’s quite light at 53mm on average, across 16 rain-affected days in Stockholm.