Miina Manninen: This is how thunderstorms blow across Finland

MTV News Meteorology Maina Manninen He says that school holidays are celebrated in warm and sunny weather.

– Showers and thunderstorms are more common in the afternoon and evening, states Manninen.

In the morning, the temperature has already risen to around 25 degrees in the southern and central parts of the country. And in the north, temperatures of over 20 degrees have been recorded.

According to Manninen, thunderstorms become more common as the day progresses.

– From the afternoon, the first rains may also occur in the southern coastal areas, and in the afternoon there may be thunderstorms elsewhere in the country.

However, Mannin is comforted by the fact that the sun shines most days.

– Thunderstorms tone down the weather a bit, he says.

During Saturday, the maximum temperature will vary between 25 and 30 degrees. On Sunday, the weather will gradually turn cooler.

According to Manninen, it is still warm enough in the southern and central parts of the country, but it is cooler in the north. Next week the weather will change and Finland will move into a low pressure depression.

– The weather is still warm at the beginning of the week, but it will cool down next weekend.

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