Bodo is one of Norway’s windiest cities thanks to its location on an unsheltered peninsula in the Norwegian Sea. Because of this the city sees a subpolar oceanic climate despite being located just north of the Arctic Circle. Therefore, Bodo sees chilly but not cold winters and cool summers. Snow cover during the winter is usually mild tanks to the wind and rain being more common than snow. The city is wet, however, receiving an average of 1000 millimeters of precipitation each year. May is the driest month and October is the wettest when it receives an average of 148 millimeters of rain. July is the city’s warmest month with a high of 16 degrees Celsius. February is the coldest month where temperatures will rarely get above freezing.