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The summer heat is here to stay. And there is no end in sight.

“We can’t really see an end to this. The future looks mostly very evenly warm,” said Meteorologist Juha Föhr at Foreca.

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The warm air mass is floating above the country pushing the mercury above 20 degrees Celsius.

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Thursday is the only exception. It’s expected to be rainy then, keeping the temperature at about 15 degrees.

After a week, according to Föhr, there is a chance for hot weather, helle in Finnish.

In Finland, the definition for hot weather is 25.1 degrees Celsius.



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