Although some years it feels as though the number of summer days in Iceland can be counted on one hand, meteorologist Trausti Jónsson has claimed that summer in Iceland actually lasts well into September.
The Icelandic Met Office and the Icelandic Road Administration have issued weather warnings for North Iceland, from Skagafjörður in the west to Reyðarfjörður in the east.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a strong gale warning (wind speeds of 15-25 m/sec) for Southeast Iceland today and for North Iceland by evening.
Ring Road One in Southeast Iceland between Freysnes in the west and Jökulsárlón in glacial lagoon in the east has just been reopened.
Ring Road One in South Iceland from Markarfljót river in the west to Vík í Mýrdal in the east will be closed at 2 pm today, due to weather.
Avoid any unnecessary travel in Iceland today, and follow the weather forecast and reports of road conditions closely if you must travel.
The Icelandic Met Office has issued a strong or violent gale warning (wind speeds in excess of 20 m/sec) for the West Fjords late tonight and for most parts of Iceland tomorrow.
There is an unusually warm mass of air over Iceland today, and yesterday, thermometers rose to rare heights in the northeastern part of the country.
There has been no transportation to Vestmannaeyjar islands today, neither by air nor boat, RÚV reports.
Many motorists in Iceland are in a quandary about studded tires at the moment and whether or not it’s time to swap them for summer tires.
The weather in Iceland is set to warm up significantly after the weekend, according to meteorologist Þorsteinn V. Jónsson, at the Icelandic Met Office.
It is ironic, yet fitting, that yesterday’s planned signing ceremony for the Dýrafjörður road tunnel had to be canceled due to poor road conditions.
Two buses collided and a third one landed off the road in Möðrudalsöræfi, Northeast Iceland, this afternoon, according to ICE-SAR.
Icelandair and WOW Air have canceled all flights to destinations on the northeast coast of the US today.
Sunday morning, the snow fell in record amounts; the following days, it was the residents’ turn to fall in record numbers.
Large crowds are expected today at Bláfjöll ski resort, where workers have been busy preparing the slopes.
The aurora forecast for Iceland tonight and tomorrow night is exceptionally good, according to the Icelandic Met Office.
When Jón Atli Magnússon heard the weather forecast Saturday night, he decided to install his camera in his window, set on timelapse.