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Trondheim Climate & Weather

This central Norwegian city has something between a humid continental and sub-arctic climate, with cool, wet summers and cold winters. The warmest part of the year occurs between June and the beginning of September, with averages of between 45°F (7°C) and 66°F (19°C).

In winter, temperatures can reach as low as 18°F (-8°C) at the end of December and very rarely exceed 39°F (4°C) all winter long. Moderate snows and short days of between five and 10 hours of sunlight are common features of the long cold season, which lasts from November to mid-March.

Summers have extended days of between 15 and 21 hours of sunlight while light to moderate rains are common occurrences. The best time of year to visit Trondheim depends on the experience travellers are after. Outdoor activities are best enjoyed in summer, while winter offers opportunities to ski and snowboard.

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