Hello summer? In Finland, it shines 20 degrees

The colder-than-usual May in will turn this week, especially in southern Finland, which shines in the sunshine and warm days – at least temporarily.

Ylen Joonas Koskela said mercury could rise to 20 degrees Celsius on .

"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.

Meteorologists expect record spring heights to on Tuesday with the arrival of warm that extends all the way to .

By Thursday, a new weather front coming from the west will pour 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 can drop to 10 degrees."

The warm and dry conditions of recent days have increased the risk of fires in the south and west. workers extinguished several such fires across the country last weekend.

A Forest fire warning is currently in force in most of southern and western Finland.

Source: The Nordic Page




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