November is a month when the temperature map of the country is typically blue, indicating frost in every region. Tomorrow, however, neither the temperature map nor the people should be blue. On the contrary, warm winds will blow in every corner of the country, turning the map unseasonably reddish. Tomorrow’s highs will be between 8˚ and 10˚ C (46-50˚F) in parts of the north, east and south. The warm, south and southwesterly winds will bring considerable rain, especially in the west. The wind speed will be 10-18 m/sec.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a warning for the central highlands tomorrow, where strong gale force winds in excess of 20 m/sec are expected.
A typical, blue November temperature map.
The Met Office warns that as temperatures rise, snow-covered roads, where the snow is compressed, could become very icy. Residents are advised to clear drains around their homes to prevent flooding.