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Time & Daylight

When to expect sunrises, sunsets, northern lights and the midnight sun

Norway is in the Central European Time Zone. Central European Time (CET) is 1 hour ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+1).

Like most countries in Europe, Daylight Saving Time is observed in Norway. In spring the time shifts forward by 1 hour, putting it 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2). In autumn the time shifts back by 1 hour to standard CET (GMT+1).

Examples of sunrise and sunset times (sunrise / sunset):

  Oslo Tromsø
January 1 09:18 / 15:22 Sun does not rise
February 1 08:31 / 16:30 09:26 / 14:29
March 1 07:14 / 17:45 07:08 / 16:46
April 1 06:41 / 20:01 05:46 / 19:51
May 1 05:14 / 21:15 03:18 / 22:08
June 1 04:06 / 22:24 Sun does not set
July 1 04:00 / 22:40 Sun does not set
August 1 04:59 / 21:45 02:24-23:09
September 1 06:13 / 20:19 05:02 / 20:22
October 1 07:23 / 18:48 07:00 / 18:04
November 1 07:39 / 16:20 08:12 / 14:41
December 1 08:51 / 15:20 Sun does not rise

 

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