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Sweden weather in February 2020
Below are average maximum temperatures at popular destinations in Sweden in February. Select a destination to see more weather parameters.
The February weather guide for Sweden shows long term weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia), the Met Office & the Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Find out more about our data sources.
How cold is it in Sweden in February?
Daytime temperatures usually reach 30°F in Stockholm, Sweden in February, falling to 23°F at night.
How sunny is it in Sweden in February?
There are normally 2 hours of bright sunshine each day in Stockholm, Sweden in February - that's 16% of daylight hours.
How warm is the sea around Sweden in February?
The average sea temperature around Stockholm, Sweden in February is 34°F.
Does it rain in Sweden in February?
There are usually 14 days with some rain in Stockholm, Sweden in February and the average monthly rainfall is 1.1 inches.
Sweden sunrise & sunset times for February 2020
Browse the sunrise & sunset times for Sweden in February 2020. Select a month to view Sweden sunrise & sunset times for the next twelve months. The Sweden sunrise & sunset times shown below are for Stockholm.
|Date||Sunrise times||Sunset times|
|Saturday, 1st February 2020||07:59||16:04|
|Saturday, 15th February 2020||07:25||16:40|
|Saturday, 29th February 2020||06:47||17:15|
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