Pack your umbrellas and cover your head with the raincoat because there’s nothing but rains and cloudy skies in the forecast for the weekend.

On Friday, chances for rain showers are high from southern Finland to Lapland. However, brighter skies are possible, if only momentarily, for the evening in southern Finland. The daytime highs are around 18 degrees Celsius and lows around 14 degrees.

On Saturday, occasional rain showers are most likely in the northern parts, and the sounds of thunder may be heard here and there.

During the day a new rain front is approaching from southwest and will increase rain chances in the southern and central parts of Finland. Daytime temperatures are between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius.

On Sunday, hard gusts of winds are possible in many parts. The rain chances are most likely in the northern parts but occasional rain showers are possible in the central parts, too. The daytime highs are still around 20 degrees Celsius and lows around 15 except for the northern parts where the temperatures are going to stay between 10 and 15 degrees.

Sources: Foreca, the Finnish Meteorological Institute