Your Greenland Vacation – A Complete Guide — Nordic Wanders
To be honest, this kinda depends on your definition of cold. If you’re from a super hot country and think that 10 degrees Celsius already defines as cold, then yes, it’s always cold in Greenland. Jokes aside though, the weather and climate in Greenland depend a lot on the different regions and towns, as well as on the different seasons. During my visit to Nuuk in July, I experienced 15 degrees Celsius (which, due to the low humidity felt like over 20 degrees), followed by temperatures slightly above freezing on a day with lots of fog just a few days later. In general, the average summer temperature in Greenland does not go beyond 10 degrees Celsius, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t get warmer than that. In fact, Southern Greenland has such a mild climate compared to the rest of the country that it’s possible for people to pursue farming there.
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