What’s the weather like in Stockholm in October?
As you’d expect, the autumn climate in southern Sweden’s much chillier than summer. The Stockholm weather in October will still reach highs in double figures and there won’t be snow, but at night it’ll drop to around just 5°C.
Stockholm’s in the south-east of Sweden, on a series of islands at the mouth of Lake Malaren and Riddarfjarden Bay. The country’s shielded from south-westerly Jet Stream winds by the mountains in Norway, and is one of the driest countries in Europe.
The weather in Stockholm in October produces an average daytime temperature of 8°C, rising to highs of around 10°C on sunnier days. At night, it’ll usually be 5°C and a little colder on higher ground away from Stockholm. Sunshine levels are still impressive for a Scandinavian city in October, with up to five hours each day from ten hours of daylight. The sun rises at 7am and sets at around 4.30pm. The winds are light and you can expect around 50mm of rainfall this month, across 14 wet-weather days.