Found this link:
Deviation is a bit bigger than in that link though, could be anything between 20F and 48F.
It looks as if we will have another long, cold winter. Last year March was still quite wintery, spring didn't kick in until April.
we are from Alabama where its warm!!
A little snow and cold will be great for you then ;-)
In mid-March things will be just starting to unfreeze just a little (unless the winter is very long). Expect that there will still be quite a lot of snow on the ground but it will be getting a bit slushy, making the streets rather wet and dirty-looking. Probably not much coming down from the sky at this time.Edited: 23 December 2010, 02:29
Oh well. Have made airfare for then. We never get snow so a change for us.
Be prepared for some attractions to be closed in March and those [many] that are open will close relatively early. But can be really nice walking around particularly the "country" areas of Stockholm. You can make some assumptions about temperatures as the cars will still have their winter tyres [different compound, not chains or studs] fitted.
I come from where there is no snow either (don't be fooled by my TA nickname!) and I am at present learning how to walk on it in Scotland! It's fine, the slushy bits are not nice but hey, that's what travelling is all about, experiencing different things! So enjoy your time in Stockholm. I am going myself end of March so am also braving the weather at that time....
Remember to bring a very warm jacket and do the layering thing with your clothes as inside in Europe gets really hot!
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