This year’s Norwegian National day will be dampest for people in the west of the country. Northern and some southern parts will be pleasant, with temperatures highest around Oslo and Kristiansand.
Tromsø met office forecaster Stina Gya told The Foreigner, “It will be nice and sunny all over northern Norway during the first part of the day.”
“Whilst it will become cloudy in the afternoon, with rain from the southwest, northern parts will see weak southerly breezes. Winds will be moderate to fresh from the northeast in southern areas. Temperatures will be an average of 10C (50F).
Meteorologist Espen Biseth Granan in Oslo forecasts rain for eastern parts of the country in the morning; clearing towards the afternoon and early evening.
According to him, it will be mainly dry around Kristiansand, with the possibility of some early morning rain.
“Winds will be calm around Oslo at the start of the day, increasing towards the evening. In outer parts of the Oslo fjord, wind speeds will reach six or seven on the Beaufort scale (strong breeze to moderate gale). Temperatures will be around 12C (approximately 54F).”
He adds, “Temperatures will be about the same around Kristiansand with westerly force seven or eight winds (moderate to fresh gale).”
Bergen-based forecaster Martin Granerød advises people in the west to expect rain. It will also be relatively cold.
“Although today’s rain will move northwards, it will be wet tomorrow, with north-westerly force six to seven winds around the coast. Temperatures will be between 6C and 8C (about 43 to 46F).
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