Ducks gathered around a melted spot at Töölö Bay in Helsinki in February 2019. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

In southern Finland, the snow is melting, puddles everywhere.

At the end of the week, it will get even warmer.

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The Föhn wind will arrive from the mountains of Scandinavia, toward the east and over Sweden and Finland.

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For the citizens of southern and central Finland, this means temperatures of about five degrees on Thursday.

On Friday, the weather is forecast to be dry, warm and sunny all over the country.

The winds are likely to fluctuate between moderate and hard.

On Saturday, the temperatures could climb to about eight degrees Celsius, or slightly more, in southern Finland!

Sources: Foreca, The Finnish Meteorological Institute