Bergen, Norway Weather and Climate

Bergen Weather and Historic Climate

Bergen is located on the southwestern side of Norway. Bergen is a historic seaport city, Norway's second largest after Oslo, that should rank highly on the Norway tourism agenda.

The western coast of Norway is the rainy side of the country. In fact, Bergen is known as The City of Rain; it gets 77 inches of it a year, over 6 a month. But then again, Bergen is a warm winter city due to the action of the Gulf Stream.

Bergen, Norway - When To Go

Bergen starts warming up in May, which also is the driest month. The best time to go--June through August--offers average reasonable temperatures but around an average of 17 days per month of rain. April-May and September offer the best in off-season weather for those who'd rather not travel in summer. October isn't bad, but the rain is ramping up, as you can see on the charts.

Bergen Historic Temperatures and Precipitation

The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly precipitation for Bergen, Norway.

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Yearly Temperature Chart

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Yearly Precipitation Chart

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Map of Bergen

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