Dear, reader, this is an archived post and there may be some errors in code. They are likely to be minor and shouldn’t disturb the reading experience. However, should you encounter an incomprehensible problem, please send us an email to email@example.com and we’ll look into it. Thank you.
Today’s rainclouds in southern Finland will be replaced with clear sky and temperatures of 20 degrees Celsius this week.
There’s a heatwave approaching Finland from Europe.
The year’s temperature is likely to be broken already on Wednesday and for the second time on Friday. The rain of today and the upcoming fair weather will speed up the melting of snow and the arrival of spring.
The grass will become greener and the coltsfoots will start growing.
Sources: The Finnish Meteorological Institute, MTV3, Foreca