A woman enjoying the last remnants of very warm weather at the Töölö Bay in Helsinki on May 22, 2019. Picture: Tony Öhberg for Finland Today

The heat wave of May is going to change to unsettled weather. On Wednesday, cold air will start floating in, and so the temperatures are going to drop.

Rain showers are likely in the southern and western parts of the country. There could even be thunderstorms. A lot of water could accumulate in the afternoon.

“The end of May looks unsettled,” said Helena Laakso, meteorologist at the Finnish Meteorological Institute.

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In Lapland, the temperatures are going to drop to about 10 degrees. In northern Lapland, the temperatures are going to drop to five degrees and snow flurries are possible.

According to Laakso, the temperatures are going to stay around 15 degrees Celsius in the whole country for the rest of the month.