Published September 2, 2022
According to a recent report by the Icelandic Meteorological Agency, the summer of 2022 will break record lows.
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Last summer there were 57 days with temperatures above 20°C, compared to only 27 this summer. In total, there were 27 days with temperatures above 20°C (68°F) across Iceland. There were 57 hot days compared to last summer.
The highest temperature was measured near Husavik and reached 25 degrees Celsius.
The maximum temperature measured in Reykjavik was 18°C. It’s the lowest level since 2001.
But summer isn’t over yet, and relatively mild and warm weather is expected this weekend, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.