This year’s first summer day is a fact

Summer weather in Frogner Park in OsloSummer weather in Frogner Park in Oslo.Photo: Vegard Wivestad Grøtt / NTB scanpix

All along the coast of southern Norway is expected temperatures above 20 degrees Saturday. May 7 thus becomes the first summer, according to meteorologists.

In Sola the thermometer 20.9 degrees at 11 o’clock Saturday morning. On Hjelmeland temperature was 20.5 and in Haugesund was the 20.1 degrees, the meteorological service.
– It is calm wind conditions, and we expect temperatures above 20 degrees during the day along the coast of southern Norway, said state meteorologist Rafael Grote to news agency NTB.
Meteorologists define summer in Scandinavia as days with a maximum temperature of 20 degrees.
– We have some more clouds in More og Romsdal and Trøndelag. Temperatures decreases the further north we get, says Grote.
Although the reported fair weather in the coming week, it is probably not talking about just high temperatures.
– The nice weather will continue until Tuesday. When weakened low pressure a bit, and it becomes more unstable weather again. It is too early to say what the weather will on 17 May, says Grote.

Source: NTB scanpic / Norway Today

 

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