It snows in Iceland during the winter months. Iceland is located in the northern hemisphere and experiences relatively mild seasons. The coldest months stretch from early January into April.
The snowy season in Iceland can begin as early as October. Despite its location near the Arctic, Iceland lies in the path of multiple currents that bring together both warm and cold temperatures. This makes the winters along the southern coast mild. The average temperature during this period hovers around 32 degrees Fahrenheit. Because Iceland is in the path of low pressure systems, the coastal regions experience large amounts of precipitation throughout the entire year.