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Barometric Pressure in Reykjavik, IS


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The pressure in Reykjavik, Iceland Iceland is predicted to quickly rise over the next few hours, with an average pressure of 962.5 hPa today, which is lower than normal.


Weather prediction: Expect more dry and cold weather and a strong breeze to gale winds

The daily total fluctuation in pressure in Reykjavik is 7.2 hPa, with a low of 958.9 hPa and a high of 966.1 hPa. The daily average here is lower than in most cities around the world.



The barometric pressure in Reykjavik, Iceland varies throughout the year. Generally, it remains stable with an average pressure of around 1,011 millibars. Reykjavik experiences four distinct seasons: winter, spring, summer, and autumn. The winter months, from December to February, are the coldest with temperatures often dropping below freezing, while summers are mild with temperatures ranging from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius.

Barometric pressure

Reykjavik's unique landscape greatly influences its atmospheric pressure. The city is surrounded by mountains, including the iconic Mount Esja, and is located on a peninsula. These geographical features create a sheltering effect, causing the air to be relatively calm and reducing the impact of wind on the barometric pressure. However, weather systems from the North Atlantic can still bring changeable and sometimes stormy conditions to the area.


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