Warm weather, temperatures of up to 30 degrees, can be expected in Finland this coming weekend.
However, according to Ylen Meteorologist Joonas Koskelathere are also heavy showers and thunderstorms on the horizon.
"Tomorrow, Friday, the rains and thunderstorms will move from Western Finland through Northern Ostrobothnia to Southern Lapland. It is too early to tell how severe the storms will be," Koskela said.
Storms are also expected in the southern and central parts of the country on Thursday, but on Friday the sky will clear and the temperature is predicted to rise to 30 degrees.
"Saturday looks really cloudy and hot across most of the country. However, a low-pressure front is coming and will spread across Finland on Sunday," Koskela said.
On Sunday, the temperature is predicted to drop below the “heat wave” limit of 25 degrees, but will remain above 20 degrees in most of Finland.
Koskela added that next week’s forecast promises warm and sunny conditions, but he did not want to give exact numbers.
"Currently, according to the forecasts, the heat will return towards the end of next week. However, they do not necessarily disappear at all between this and that," he said.
Source: The Nordic Page