Averages for Oslo in November
In November, temperatures plummet to a low of -1°C (30Â°F) as snow begins to accumulate. It may be cold during this time, but the scenery is quite breath-taking. Tourists looking to visit Oslo during this time of year should pack warm clothing as the city receives only 2 hours of sunshine per day during this month. The average rainfall is 68mm, and visitors should expect approximately 16 wet days.
Daily averages for Oslo
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In November, temperatures plummet to a low of -1°C (30°F) as snow begins to accumulate. It may be cold during this time, but the scenery is quite breath-taking. Tourists looking to visit Oslo during this time of year should pack warm clothing as the city receives only 2 hours of sunshine per day during this month. The average rainfall is 68mm, and visitors should expect approximately 16 wet days.
Despite the chilly weather, the Oslo World Music Festival that takes place each year never disappoints. This event attracts celebrity performances, and thousands of spectators from all over the world. It features poignant music and poetry for the heart and soul among other acts. Spouses should not miss out on this festival as it promises delightful melodies and a blissful ambience. This one week event is held from late October to early November. Those attending the festival and are on a tight budget can stay at the affordable Comfort Hotel Express for £133 per night. The hotel is in close proximity to legendary rock venues such as Rockefeller, Café mono and John Dee.
Antique collectors should head to the Samler and Antikk Messen event held at the Norges Varemesse. Visitors should expect to see a marvelous display of unique antiques. It is also a perfect opportunity to add some of these antiques to your collection as the prices are fairly affordable. The event takes place towards the end of the month and as the holiday comes to an end for some visitors, they get a chance to take home with them a piece of archaic Norwegian works of art.
The evenings and nights are pretty cold, and a large number of visitors prefer to remain indoors cuddled by the fire place enjoying a glass of wine or a mug of hot cocoa. However, those opting for a night of dancing are spoilt for choice as many clubs in Oslo remain vibrant.Local and international cuisines are also available in restaurants across the city and visitors can enjoy their meals as they take in the magnificent snow covered backdrops. Oslo attracts thousands of visitors each year during the month of November, and despite the bitter weather, visitors are able to get around easily with very little hustle.