What’s the weather like in Stockholm in September?
The busy summer crowds have disappeared, but the mild Stockholm weather in September still lets you have a great time around the city. Sweden’s beautiful capital will have good sunshine levels, with temperatures only becoming chilly in the evening towards the end of the month.
Stockholm enjoys an idyllic setting by the mouth of Lake Malaren, in south-east Sweden. September’s drier than August and July and historically, the city has low rainfall compared to much of Europe. That’s because the western mountains in Norway block the south-westerly Gulf Stream winds and rain from reaching Sweden.
You’ll soak up the pleasant weather in Stockholm in September. The temperature could reach highs of 15°C on warmer days this month. The normal temperature should be around 13°C and only occasionally fall to 10°C on cool and cloudy days. The heat and humidity level will be low and there’s just a small chance you’ll need sunblock during early September days. Stockholm can have up to seven hours of sunshine each day this month, with the sun not setting until around 7pm. In Stockholm, the rainfall averages just 55mm in September during 13 rain-affected days. The wind strength will be light to moderate.