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  • 1. STOCKHOLM RESEARCH Climate Stockholm’s weather endures long, cold winters, and the summer months have beautiful weather. The climate experiences all four seasons but the temperature range is small with cold winters and mild summers. Sweden is Europe’s driest country and this is due to the shelter it receives from the mountains of western Norway. In the summer days are long with up to 19 hours of daylight and warmth compared to the winter. The winter is very cold with only six hours of sunlight. From No- vember to March lows are below zero and snow is common. If you can endure the cold Stockholm is known to be beautiful this time of year. Averages for Stockholm, Sweden: Temperature: in Stockholm, Sweden is (44 degrees) Sunlight: Range between .8 hours per day in December and 10.6 hours per day in june. http://www.holiday-weather.com/stockholm/index http://climatemp.info/sweden/stockholm.html http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results. 7HELIXXILEH DESIGN INC

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