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Web camera Háaleiti og Bústaðir, Reykjavík, Capital Region (Höfuðborgarsvæðið), Iceland - View of the city and the Route 40 (Kringlumýrarbraut) to the south

Views 141
Region Europe / Iceland
Temperature 11.1°C (52.0°F)
Time 2022-08-14 12:02:47 (GMT)
Coordinates 64°7'57.7'' N / -21°53'55.9'' W
Source https://www.vegagerdin.is/
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Additional info
Háaleiti og Bústaðir is a district of Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland. Within the district are four neighbourhoods: Háaleiti proper, Kringla [ˈkʰriŋla], Gerði [ˈcɛrðɪ] and Fossvogur [ˈfɔsːˌvɔːɣʏr̥].
Reykjavík is the capital and largest city of Iceland. It is located in southwestern Iceland, on the southern shore of Faxaflói bay. Its latitude is 64°08' N, making it the world's northernmost capital of a sovereign state. With a population of around 131,136, it is the centre of Iceland's cultural, economic, and governmental activity, and is a popular tourist destination.
Route 40, known as Hafnarfjarðarvegur [ˈhapnarˌfjarðarˌvɛːɣʏr̥] in Icelandic or by its busiest stretch, Kringlumýrarbraut [ˈkʰriŋlʏˌmiːrarˌprœiːt], is one of the two major traffic arteries running across Capital Region.
Weather
Temperature:
Humidity:
Pressure:
11.1°C (52.0°F)
67%
1008hPa
Wind speed:
4.5m/s
Wind gust:
N (357°)
Rain (last 3h):
0.0mm
Snow (last 3h):
0.0mm
Temp. min.:
11.1°C (52.0°F)
Temp. max.:
13.2°C (55.9°F)
Sunrise:
05:15
Sunset:
21:49
Moonrise:
22:35
Moonset:
08:35
Clouds:
65%
UV index:
2.9
14.08 15:00

11.3°C (52.4°F)
53% 5.9m/s

broken clouds
14.08 18:00

11.2°C (52.1°F)
49% 6.5m/s

scattered clouds
14.08 21:00

9.2°C (48.5°F)
33% 5.7m/s

scattered clouds
15.08 00:00

6.9°C (44.5°F)
17% 4.7m/s

few clouds
15.08 03:00

5.8°C (42.5°F)
2% 4.1m/s

clear sky
15.08 15:00

9.8°C (49.6°F)
99% 5.7m/s

overcast clouds
16.08 03:00

7.2°C (44.9°F)
3% 1.1m/s

clear sky
16.08 15:00

11.2°C (52.2°F)
88% 1.8m/s

overcast clouds
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Comments

Patriek (2021-12-27 06:49:00)

Even if I have recorded a number of pictures of my honeymoon however it's not realistic to keep those photographs with me always. Whenever I want to recall my memories with those stunning regions, I explore this site and feel like I am physically there again. Thanks to the site for placing the live camera feature.

Robberto (2021-04-12 06:49:00)

I always see the weather conditions before a 2-day trip. The forecasts on TV are generally different and mainly change every hour, so I can't have any guarantee if it's really ugly or not, for example. One click and I can see quickly what the weather conditions are, whether a lot of people have arrived etc. Live camera is certainly a useful solution for any person who likes to have everything perfectly arranged.