ICELAND | THE COLOUR OF COLD
THE COLOUR OF COLD
by Deejay Forte
In Iceland, the climate varies between different parts of the country. Generally speaking, the south coast is warmer, wetter and windier than the north. The central region of the country (“the Highlands”) is the coldest part of the country. Low-lying inland areas in the north are the most arid. Snowfall in winter is more common in the north than the south. Despite its proximity to the Arctic, the island’s coasts remain ice-free through the winter and ensures generally higher annual temperatures than in most places of similar latitude in the world.
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