It may be snowing next weekend all the way south of Helsinki

While temperatures aren’t expected to drop low enough for it to snow on Saturday, they should drop near freezing on Sunday.

– It may snow in the south on weekends. At the moment, it looks like it could indeed rain down south, “he confirmed to the daily, refusing to assess whether there could be enough snow to meet the criteria for the first snow cover.

“Let’s see how much comes.”

He also encouraged motorists to be prepared for snowfall. “If you’re driving for the weekend, it’s good to be prepared for snowfall.”

Currently, the southernmost snow cover is Kainuu and Ostrobothnia. The lid is the thickest in northern Lapland. However, most of the country is snow-free, with temperatures remaining above the seasonal average, for example in the southern regions instead of around 7 ° C.

According to statistics from the Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki received its first snow cover on 18 November on average.

Aleksi Teivainen – HT

Source: The Nordic Page





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