Today was a bit chilly. I was manic with delight.
Iceland has the perfect climate for me. I would never have to wear capri pants again. Every day could be boot day.
As its name suggests, Iceland is cold, but not as cold as might be expected because the climate is regulated by the passing warm waters of the Gulf Stream. The summer temperature in ReykjavÃk ranges from 41Â°F (5Â°C) at night to as high as 77Â°F (25Â°C) during the day. The average January temperature is 31Â°F (-0.5Â°C). The south is the wettest part of the country, but snow is rare. Coastal areas tend to experience winter gales and are generally windy. During the summer months there is almost continuous daylight; early spring and late autumn feature long twilights. From mid-November until the end of January, in the darkness of winter, the opposite is true, with the country only experiencing a few hours of daylight each day.
All that and the aurora borealis too!