Stockholm Weather November Averages, Sweden

What's the Weather Like in Stockholm in November

Stockholm, Sweden, lies on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Dotted with maple, cherry and apple trees, the city stuns visitors throughout the year. Strolling through the natural jewels of Stockholm is guaranteed to heal the mind and soul of all travellers.

Temperature

Temperatures, although they don't drop below freezing quite yet, are rather chilly. The average daily temperature in November is 3°C, whi...

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    • Temperature Temperature 3°C 37°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 4°C 39°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 1°C 34°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 2 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 53 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 17 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 7°C 45°F

    Stockholm Weather for November 2019

    What's the Weather Like in Stockholm in November

    Stockholm, Sweden, lies on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Dotted with maple, cherry and apple trees, the city stuns visitors throughout the year. Strolling through the natural jewels of Stockholm is guaranteed to heal the mind and soul of all travellers.

    Temperature

    Temperatures, although they don't drop below freezing quite yet, are rather chilly. The average daily temperature in November is 3°C, which makes this the last month of the year without daily frost. December will see temperatures dipping under 0°C. In the afternoon, the mercury rises to an average high of 4°C. At night, it drops to an average low of 1°C. There isn't a huge variation between day and night temperatures, in other words.

    Sunshine

    People visiting Stockholm in November are able to take advantage of 2 hours of sunshine each day on average. This is one of the darkest months of the year—December and January are similarly dark—allowing visitors to experience the long winter nights of Europe's Far North. The shortness of the days is responsible for this low number of sunshine hours.

    November is characterised by steadily decreasing day lengths. They decrease from 8.45 hours of daylight on 1st November to 6.39 hours of daylight on 30th November, a day-to-day drop of 4.2 minutes.

    Rain and Snow

    The city receives 53mm of precipitation in total throughout November, which is spread out over 17 days with some kind of precipitation. The chance that tourists will see precipitation rises a bit in the course of the month, from 62% to 67%. Although rainfall is still the most common precipitation type, snowfall takes up a more prominent place in the precipitation charts as the month progresses—the chance of snowfall increases from 15% to 33% in the course of November.

    Moderate rain and light rain are the most likely types to be experienced in November, respectively occurring on 33% and 23% of the days with precipitation. Moderate snow and light snow are seen on 22% and 13% of those days.

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    Hotels for Stockholm in November

    Park Inn

    A four-star hotel in the quiet and peaceful Hammarby Sjöstad district, south of the city centre, Park Inn by Radisson Stockholm Hammarby Sjöstad lies close to a number of popular event and sports venues and several transportation options. It boasts 178 rooms and suites, all equipped with free Wi-Fi, a TV, beautiful views, and coffee and tea makers. This eco-friendly hotel has fitness facilities, a sauna, meeting rooms, on-site parking and a restaurant as well.

    Haymarket

    Another great choice for a place to stay in November is Haymarket by Scandic. Located in Norrmalm, this three-star hotel is housed in an historic building with a gorgeous exterior and a contemporary interior. It is surrounded by concert venues, eateries, cinemas and bars and lies within striking distance from Gamla Stan and its attractions. It features a restaurant and bar, as well as conference and meeting facilities.

    Restaurants and Bars for Stockholm in November

    Paradiset

    Health-conscious tourists staying at a self-catering apartment should definitely visit Paradiset, Sweden's largest organic food store. This extraordinary store sells all kinds of organic foods and ingredients, from fruit and vegetables to meats. Flowers and even skincare are sold as well. This two-floor store features an ice cream shop, a bar serving champagne and a lunch restaurant, too.

    Oaxen Krog & Slip

    Gourmet food lovers are strongly encouraged to book a table at Oaxen Krog & Slip, a renowned restaurant in Djurgården. This award-winning restaurant is divided into the "Krog", which features exceptional fine dining, and the "Slip", a typical Swedish bistro. Housed in a refurbished boathouse, this restaurant has a design inspired by boating and fishing.

    Luzette

    Luzette in Norrmalm is a place where you can go for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located in the middle of the Central Station, this superb restaurant serves classy brasserie-style dishes as well as simple coffee and cakes. It also has a deli selling breads, desserts and ready-to-go meals.

    Things to Do in Stockholm in November

    Vaxholm

    Accessible throughout the year, the town of Vaxholm, which comprises approximately 70 islands, is embellished with charming wooden houses dating back to the turn of the last century. The best way to discover this charismatic town is on foot, a superb thing to do in a crisp November afternoon.

    There are various special interest shops and picturesque galleries. Gourmets will especially adore the alluring restaurants and cafés where they can try scrumptious local dishes. History enthusiasts will particularly appreciate visiting the Vaxholm Fortress which was constructed in the 16th century. Additionally, the Fortress houses a museum.

    The Skansen Aquarium

    The Skansen Aquarium is like no other aquarium in the world. The Goliath Spider, the world's largest spider; the Death Scorpio, the world's most venomous scorpion and the Black Widow, the spider whose venom is 15 times stronger than that of a rattlesnake, all reside at the Skansen Aquarium. In an aquarium-like structure, visitors can experience the ecologies of deserts and rainforests. Moreover, several of the world's rarest monkeys can be visited at the Skansen Museum as well.

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