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There’s a Chance For Hot Weather on Mother’s Day

There’s a Chance For Hot Weather on Mother’s Day

Picture: James Rickwood

The danger for a cold spell in spring is absolutely slim as the high pressure is hovering over Finland, resulting in sunny weather and weak winds across the country.

According to Kristian Roine, a meteorologist at Foreca, the week begins in a sunny weather and as the week proceeds, it just gets warmer.

Toward the end of the week, the temperatures could rise above 20 degrees Celsius.

The weekend temperatures could rise over 22 to 23 degrees.

“It looks very likely that the definition of hot weather could be exceeded on Sunday,” Roine said.

What a great gift for the Mother’s Day!

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

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