Weather in May
is marked by a considerable shift with sea temperatures rising to a comparatively warmer -0.1°C (31.8°F). There’s a notable increase in daylight, significantly affecting the overall climate. Most of the ice has melted now, and Qasigiannguit
starts looking green. May typically is the month where outdoor activities become more feasible. However, warm clothing remains necessary given the temperatures are still on the cooler side.
In Qasigiannguit, in May, the average water temperature is -0.1°C (31.8°F).Note
: In swimming undertakings, this is deemed life-threatening and highly risky. The cold water induces intense discomfort and leads to swift hyperventilation. A specialized swimsuit is indispensable to decrease thermal injuries.
In Qasigiannguit, the average length of the day in May is 13h and 50min.