Malmö is the on Sweden's southwest coast. You'll probably enter Malmo from Copenhagen if you're coming to Sweden by train or car. Malmo is known for its city parks and its historic core and for city breaks. National Geographic Travel named Malmö one of its Best Trips 2018.
Malmo's climate is much like nearby Copenhagen's. Day and night temperatures don't deviate so much, as you can see from the average temperature charts.
Malmo starts warming up in May. The warmest time to go--June through August--offers average temperatures near 70. April-September offers the tourist decent weather, although you'll have to expect more rain June-December.
The climate charts below show the historic high and low temperatures and average monthly rainfall for Malmo, Sweden.
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