Oslo: September Weather AveragesDaily averages for September
|Sunshine Hours||12 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||12 %|
|Rainfall days||14 days|
|Chance of Rain||43 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||45 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||11 %|
Daily averages for September
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Averages for Oslo in September
It is the beginning of autumn in September, and Oslo begins to experience a dramatic transformation as the changing of the seasons brings with it an innate beauty of colors. Temperatures in September drop to a low of 8°C (46°F). Visitors should experience about 5 hours of sunshine everyday, and about 81mm of average rainfall. Although the weather may not be appealing, it is the perfect opportunity to photograph some of the most magnificent backdrops that take effect during this time of year.
Various events and festivals are held in September, and one of these action-packed events held every year is the Oslo Marathon. This popular leg race attracts thousands of participants and spectators each year. There are three races in this event, and they include a 10 kilometer race, a half marathon and a full marathon. The race which kicks off in the morning outside the Akershus Fortress allows spectators to enjoy other attractions in the vicinity like the Royal Palace. The marathon takes place in late September of every year. One of the most affordable hotels in the area is the Saga Hotel Oslo. This fine hotel has a wonderful chill-out lounge where you can relax and enjoy a drink.
Norwegians love music, so don’t miss out on The Ultima Festival which takes place in late September, an annual festival that focuses on contemporary music. The event goes on for more than 10 days offering visitors a chance to really enjoy live music and other performances. Visitors can also attend workshops, concerts, and exhibitions.
Vacationers planning to take a trip to Oslo during the autumn season should carry warm clothing. The evenings are serene and the nights are less vibrant as not many people venture out due to low temperatures. However, a good number of pubs and restaurants create a warm ambience to beat the chilly nights.