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Amsterdam — By Marianne on September 1, 2009 at 7:00 am

September Weather in Amsterdam

September is the end of the peak season. Crowds aren’t as bad as in July and August. Mornings and evenings are cool, but afternoon temperatures are still very pleasant. Cafés continue to have outdoor seating. This month also marks the beginning of Amsterdam’s cultural season. Theatre, dance, concert and opera performances are worth to check out.

September is a popular time for city trippers and Amsterdam gets its fair share of them. Hotels and airlines usually don’t drop their prices.

Temperature in September is a pleasant average high 19°C (66°F), and average low 9°C (49°F).
It is not a very wet month with average precipitation of 66 mm (2.6 inch).

Still plenty of day time;
1 September sunrise 6:52 a.m. sunset 8:29 p.m
30 September sunrise 7:40 a.m. sunset 7:21 p.m

September is very much the start of autumn, leaves turn yellow and red and start falling by the end of the month.

You can expect golden, sunny or wet and windy days. Nights and evenings are often cool.

Bring a coat, sweater and umbrella.

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photo credit: wiro.karen @flickr



    1 Comment

  • katrina says:

    Good to know! Is this the season where Dutch people go to visit Amsterdam? I found that when I was in Amsterdam there were hardly any Dutch people there!

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