Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

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Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

People walk on Nautholsvik, an artificial beach in temperatures of 50 Fahrenheit in Reykjavik, Iceland. The people of Reykjavik do not like the rain anymore. The summer weather has been so gray and wet in their part of the world that meteorologists have to go back to 1914 to find a sorrier May and June.

Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

People walk on Nautholsvik, an artificial beach in temperatures of 50 Fahrenheit in Reykjavik, Iceland. The people of Reykjavik do not like the rain anymore. The summer weather has been so gray and wet in their part of the world that meteorologists have to go back to 1914 to find a sorrier May and June.

Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

People go for a swim on Nautholsvik, an artificial beach in temperatures of 50 Fahrenheit in Reykjavik, Iceland. The people of Reykjavik do not like the rain anymore. The summer weather has been so gray and wet in their part of the world that meteorologists have to go back to 1914 to find a sorrier May and June.

Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

Switzerland tourists Etienne Evéquoz and Celine Evéquoz pitch a tent at the Laugardalur campsite in Reykjavik.

Europe’s sunny weather makes for wet summer in Iceland

Lifeguard Sigmundur Askelsson patrols a Nautholsvik artificial beach in Reykjavik, Iceland. The people of Reykjavik do not like the rain anymore. The summer weather has been so gray and wet in their part of the world that meteorologists have to go back to 1914 to find a sorrier May and June.
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