Despite the varying weather, there is no need to worry that the snow cover will melt completely in the southern parts of Finland as well.
“The snow will certainly not disappear even in the south. Daytime temperatures start to creep above zero, but the highest temperatures of zero compensate for it. ” Ilkka Alanko, A meteorologist on duty at Foreca, assured Helsingin Sanomat.
A private weather forecast company expects temperatures to rise between 2 and 4 ° C in the southern and central parts and slightly below freezing in the northern parts of the country from Friday to Saturday. On Sunday, however, mercury should rise above zero in all parts of the country as the wind begins to blow from the west.
“There’s no more snow on the way, at least in large quantities, in the next few days. Although the sun melts the snow on warm days, there is no widespread rain. “
Cloudiness also varies as thin clouds follow around Finland.
“We’re mostly talking between partly cloudy and clear, but the sun is definitely shining,” Alanko said.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page