Snow and Sleet Expected on Wednesday Evening in Southern Finland

Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

Jackets and sweaters, stockings and boots, snug hats and mittens . . . — to quote snow poet Ogden Nash — here’s your outfit for Wednesday evening in southern parts of the country. Our famous meteorological institute forecasts snow showers and a temperature of about +2 degrees Celsius.

The snow comes down mostly as sleet, and the wind is powerful that makes the temperature feel well over -5 degrees. During the Thursday night, the snow and sleet area will spread to the most parts of the southern and western Finland. The snow will pile from a couple of centimeters up to ten.

On Thursday morning, there will be winter weather.

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In other parts of the country, the weather is mostly fair. During the day of Thursday, the snow showers will slowly weaken but could also reach the eastern parts of the country.

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After the rain area, the weather will be variable.

Source: The Finnish Meteorological Institute




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