Next week, Finland will leave the last cold conditions behind. Thermometers could reach Finland’s hard-to-reach 25 degree heat threshold by Wednesday, according to Yle-Meteorologist Matti Huutonen.
"It is said that we will come at least close to 25 degrees and we may even exceed it," Huutonen said
Although the conditions on Monday do not differ much from those on Sunday, according to Huutonen, there are already signs of a turnaround in the southern areas, as mercury may rise to 20 degrees in some parts.
"On Tuesday, we will exceed 20 degrees in large areas in southern and central Finland, possibly even in Kainuu," he explained.
There is still rain and snow in Lapland on Tuesday, but warmer temperatures are also stored in the north.
By Thursday, most of the country will experience 20-degree weather, including the southern and central parts of Lapland.
"It’s been chilly for so long that I would imagine nature moving forward now," he added.
Temperatures cool slightly as the weekend approaches.
Source: The Nordic Page