During autumn the land areas lose more heat than the sea, and eventually the coastal areas have the highest temperatures.
In September the outer part of the Oslofjord usually has the highest mean temperatures in Norway. Later in the autumn, the warmest areas are usually found on the coast of Rogaland and Hordaland in Western Norway.
Autumn usually gives way to winter as early as October, but more often in mid-to-late November. Differences between north and south are less pronounced than in the spring, though Northern Norway and mountainous regions will be earlier than the coastal and inland areas.
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