Average temperature in August in selected cities in Norway 1987-2017

Average temperature in August in Oslo, Bergen, Tromsø and Longyearbyen in Norway from 1987 to 2017 (in degrees Celsius)

by Agnete Lundetræ Jürgensen, last edited Jan 7, 2019
Average temperature in August in selected cities in Norway 1987-2017 This graph presents the average temperature in August in Oslo, Bergen, Tromsø and Longyearbyen in Norway from 1987 to 2017. Over this period, the mean temperature in that month has fluctuated greatly in all cities. In August 2017, the capital Oslo reported an average temperature of 15.3 degrees Celsius. The average temperature in Bergen was 14.3 degrees Celsius, while in Tromsø on average 10.9 degrees and in Longyearbyen (Svalbard) on average 6.1 degrees Celsius were measured as of August 2017.
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Average temperature in August in Oslo, Bergen, Tromsø and Longyearbyen in Norway from 1987 to 2017 (in degrees Celsius)

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OsloBergenTromsøLongyearbyen
2017 15.314.310.96.1
2016 15.514.210.45.8
2015 16.516.513.27.3
2014 15.815.511.46.4
2013 16.315.211.97.2
2012 16.115.29.85.7
2011 16.115.112.26.9
2010 16.115.49.74.8
2009 16.115.712.96.3
2008 15.215.59.95
2007 16.51411.26.4
2006 1817.511.96.6
2005 15.91411.46.8
2004 1817.4125.8
2003 17.41611.96.4
2002 20.419.512.67.5
2001 15.914.9116.5
2000 15.413.710.95.1
1999 16.115.594.8
1998 14.413.1126.8
1997 20.518.312.44.6
1996 18.417.612.55
1995 18.1159.45.4
1994 16.31511.23.4
1993 13.412.8126.5
1992 14.413.510.74.6
1991 1715.411.76.2
1990 16.314.813.15.5
1989 14.61312.64.7
1988 15.314.511.15.5
1987 13.413.79.64
OsloBergenTromsøLongyearbyen
2017 15.314.310.96.1
2016 15.514.210.45.8
2015 16.516.513.27.3
2014 15.815.511.46.4
2013 16.315.211.97.2
2012 16.115.29.85.7
2011 16.115.112.26.9
2010 16.115.49.74.8
2009 16.115.712.96.3
2008 15.215.59.95
2007 16.51411.26.4
2006 1817.511.96.6
2005 15.91411.46.8
2004 1817.4125.8
2003 17.41611.96.4
2002 20.419.512.67.5
2001 15.914.9116.5
2000 15.413.710.95.1
1999 16.115.594.8
1998 14.413.1126.8
1997 20.518.312.44.6
1996 18.417.612.55
1995 18.1159.45.4
1994 16.31511.23.4
1993 13.412.8126.5
1992 14.413.510.74.6
1991 1715.411.76.2
1990 16.314.813.15.5
1989 14.61312.64.7
1988 15.314.511.15.5
1987 13.413.79.64
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by Agnete Lundetræ Jürgensen, last edited Jan 7, 2019
This graph presents the average temperature in August in Oslo, Bergen, Tromsø and Longyearbyen in Norway from 1987 to 2017. Over this period, the mean temperature in that month has fluctuated greatly in all cities. In August 2017, the capital Oslo reported an average temperature of 15.3 degrees Celsius. The average temperature in Bergen was 14.3 degrees Celsius, while in Tromsø on average 10.9 degrees and in Longyearbyen (Svalbard) on average 6.1 degrees Celsius were measured as of August 2017.
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