The week will begin in milder weather in southern Finland.
But there’s going to be a heavy snowfall, which will disturb traffic and flights.
While the temperatures are to stay below minus ten degrees, the snowfall, which is forecast to begin in the afternoon in Helsinki, will disrupt Finnair’s flights and cause general delays.
The following flights are canceled on Monday, January 28:
Those traveling by car in the afternoon along Turku-Helsinki motorway, will likely experience the heaviest snowfall, according to the Finnish Meteorological Institute. The visibility will be very bad.
It’s expected to snow about 5 to 10 centimeters of snow in Finland Proper and Uusimaa region.