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Snow showers and icy roads ahead

Snow showers and icy roads ahead

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Winter storm will send howling winds across southern Scandinavia and northern Europe through the weekend and usher gusting winds and snow showers to Finland, too.

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The snowfall begins on Saturday in the southwest and the wind gusts at its strongest during the night prior Sunday.

The southwestern parts and the south coast could receive a frosting of much as 15 centimetres of snow.

Icy roads ahead

The weather gets colder during the weekend across the country: below minus 10 degrees of Celsius is common in most parts and as much as minus 30 degrees is expected in Lapland.

After a period of thawing weather the snow has melted on the roads and they have become wet. Now, the the roads will freeze making them extremely slippery.

Sources: The Finnish Meteorological Institute, Foreca

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