Harstad, a small town way up in the northen parts of Norway is occasionally blessed with lovely weather and temperatures above 20 degrees. Situated at a latitude of 68.8° N”, the climate may be arctic, but on days like these, the many breathtakingly beautiful vistas like the one from the harbour will make you fall in love with a region bathed in bright, nordic sunshine around the clock.
But be prepared for sudden changes. Typically, the temperatures drop 5-10 degrees in a matter of hours, followed by heavy rain clouds and low-hanging fog for days without end. People up here know how to savour the sunny days though: get out and about and enjoy them while they last.
See also: Winter Mountain Wall