The week’s forecast includes sunny days and frosty nights.
On Monday, daytime temperatures between 5 and 8 degrees Celsius are expected in the southern parts, between 2 and 6 degrees in central Finland and between minus 2 and plus 2 degrees in Lapland.
The nighttime temperatures in southern Finland between Monday and Tuesday are between minus 2 and plus 2 degrees Celsius while the mercury could drop to minus 5 degrees in the central parts and as much as to minus 7 degrees in Lapland.
Tuesday’s weather is going to be fair across the country. Daytime temperatures in the southern parts are going to be between 3 and 7 degrees Celsius and between minus 2 and plus 2 degrees in central Finland. In Lapland, freezing temperatures between 1 and 7 degrees Celsius are expected.
The night is likely to be cloudy, so the nighttime temperatures are going to be on the plus side in the southern and southwestern parts while in other areas a few minus degrees are expected.
On Wednesday, warm air mass is going to be arriving in Finland from other parts of Europe. Increasing cloudiness and scattered showers are expected.
Daytime temperatures of as much as plus 7 degrees Celsius in the southern and southwestern parts could be expected while the mercury is likely to be around 0 in the central parts and northern Lapland could experience freezing temperatures of as much as minus 10 degrees.
The remaining week is likely to be mild in the whole country. In Lapland the all-day freezing temperatures are likely to shift to all-day plus temperatures.
Sources: Foreca, the Finnish Meteorological Institute