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Warmer than usual fall weather ahead

Finland is in for a rare treat, as temperatures climb to up to 20 degrees in the last week of September.

Ruskan alkua Kaivopuistossa, lehtiä lähikuvassa.
Image: Heikki Saukkomaa / Lehtikuva

Better wake up before September ends, as Finland will bask in glorious sunshine and warmer than usual temperatures for the rest of the month.

“We’ve spent the entire summer waiting for this high pressure area to arrive,” says Yle meteorologist Anne Borgström.

Apart from northern parts of the country, next week will kick off with mercury rising to 15–20 degrees.

“As is usual in the autumn, some mornings might be misty, and skies might be overcast momentarily,” Borgström says.

Despite some cloudiness, even Lapland will get its fair share of sunshine and warmth, and temperatures will stay well above zero.

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