Thermal autumn continues in Finland. The beginning of the thermal autumn is marked by round-the-clock temperatures falling below 10 degrees Celsius. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

According to weather service Foreca, today many parts of the country will bathe in sunshine because moist, warm weather is breezing from the Atlantic.

Meteorologist Joanna Rinne with Foreca says that we could be talking about weather suitable for sitting at the terrace if we wouldn’t have to deal with the wind and rains throughout the week.

Monday is going to be a bit chillier when comparing with the rest of the week.

On Tuesday, the temperatures are going to stay around 4 degrees in the southern parts.

On Wednesday, the thermometer could even climb to 8 degrees in Turku, western Finland.

On Thursday and Friday, the temperatures are likely to stay between 4 and 5 degrees, and it’s going to sleet and rain in many parts.