The colder-than-usual May in Finland will turn this week, especially in southern Finland, which shines in the sunshine and warm days – at least temporarily.
"By Tuesday, much of the country should be fairly summery, the sun shining from a cloudless sky," he said.
However, night frosts are possible on Mondays and Tuesdays.
By Thursday, a new weather front coming from the west will pour rain and cool nationwide, initially in the southern parts of the country.
"Monday to Wednesday is summer, after which a wet and cold towel is thrown on us," he explained. "The daytime temperature can drop to 10 degrees."
A Forest fire warning is currently in force in most of southern and western Finland.
Source: The Nordic Page