Sounds a lot colder than it is. Feels also a little colder than it is (often cold wind / breeze). Is a lot “cooler” than you think. You have the weather in Reykjavik today on your left. The temperature is in Celsius. In general we do not have snow in Reykjavik (apart from the crazy winters of 2010 and 2011) but you should be prepared for some snow from October – April. However, there is another world (and another climate) up in the north of Iceland. If we have snow in Reykjavik then roads might be blocked from snow in the north maintains a VERY cool website where you can actually see different places of Iceland LIVE in webcams… Check it!​