In the caressing breeze of the foehn wind, a rare warm night was experienced throughout Ostrobothnia.
According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute, in Kruunupyy the temperature climbed over 9.1 degrees Celsius. However, the number didn’t break record temperatures for the winter; in 1971, the thermometer showed 9.5 degrees in January.
The record temperature for the winter in Finland is 10.9 degrees, measured on January 6, 1973, in Jomala, Åland.
On Tuesday, the weather will be windy in many parts of the country.
In southern Finland, the weather is going to stay between 2 and 6 degrees, and the day is forecast to be sunny.
A picture published by the Finnish Meteorological Institute of the temperatures on the night between Monday and Tuesday: