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Warmer Temperatures Headed for Iceland?

Although the summer has been wet and cold in Iceland it has not been as rainy as the summer of 1955, according to meteorologist Páll Bergþórsson. But are warmer temperatures on their way?

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“There was constant and heavy rain, it was nonstop. This year we’ve had good days in between,” he told mbl.is.

The summer has been the sixth least sunny since 1949.

According to Páll, warmer temperatures might still be just around the corner. “Now a high might be moving over so we could get some drier and warmer weather. The warmest time of year is typically July 10 to August 10.

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