Miller - Answered a Question by Houlton (28 May 08 16:22)

Expect almost anything. On my last vist we drove from Honningsvaag in glorious sunshine but at the North Cape it was very foggy. Luckily the fog lifted and we could see right up towards the ice of the Arctic.Layers of clothes are the answer. It's well worth the visit.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Houlton (28 May 08 17:24)

Snow, rain, wind, sun, be prepared for anything and its not very warm. There will be patches of snow still on the ground.

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Barker - Answered a Question by Houlton (28 May 08 22:39)

Hello there - the weather in Norway is totally unpredictable and, as a rule, the further North you are the colder it gets. As the North Cape is well inside the Arctic Circle the weather here is usually cold, especially at night so wrap up well when on deck to see the midnight sun - hat, scarf, gloves etc. In ports below the Circle it will not be so cold and you may have some lovely sunny weather but you will undoubtedly have some rain too so do pack a raincoat! Have a lovely holiday. Regards - Jane.

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