Summer on the Lofoten Islands in Norway can bring a mixed bag of weather! But this only adds to its mystique and your overall experience. By now the rugged landscape has bloomed into a brilliant green (thanks to the abundant rain), with flowers covering fields and hillsides, and a sun that doesn’t set for nearly two months. While rain can persist into July, the weather tends to mellow out a bit. Even still, we could have periods of fog, rain and wind. Or, we could experience multiple days in a row with cloudless skies. In terms of warmth, the climate is temperate ranging in highs from 60°F (16°C ) to 52°F (11°C). When I was on the islands, the temperature peaked at 22°C!