Average Weather during March in Grindavík (Reykjanes), Iceland

The average minimum temperature (usually the minimum temperature is noted during the night) in Grindavík in March is -2.0°C (28.4°F). The amount of rain in March is high with an average of 82mm (3.2in). This month is known as a chilly month. The average maximum temperature lies around 3.4°C (38.12°F). During the night it can cool down. With a water temperature of around 6.0°C (42.8°F), this is not the best month to swim. You will see the sun occasionally during this month, it has 111 hours of sun.

So what to wear in March? Visitors traveling to Grindavík should plan on bringing a totally waterproof rain jacket since it will often be raining. You can also expect some days or nights with snow. So bring gloves or mittens and wear a warm hat. Since climate change is one of the main problems the world faces these days we recommend to buy sustainable or second hand cloths. We made a deal with our partner praNa which means this month you get 70% off the original price of Women’s Dresses + Free shipping with code DRESS70.

No idea where to travel to this year? We now have a tool which suggests which destination suits your ideal climate conditions. Find out where to go with our weather planner.

For other monthly average weather and what to do in March look at the numbers below.

Monthly Averages

Show in Fahrenheit

Min Temperature -2 °C
Max Temperature 3 °C
Water Temperature 6 °C
Chance of Rain 50%
Precipitation 82mm
Rainy Days 15
Sunshine Hours 111

What To Do

We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in .

Swimming
5/10
Cycling
3/10
Walking
3/10
Camping
1/10
Outdoor sports
3/10

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