Southern Norway breaks away with good weather for the St. Hans celebration and the start of the school holidays. The summer is still awaited in Central and Northern Norway.
On mid summer’s eve there will be rain from Nordland and north of there.There is a new low pressure zone from the southeast which will give it dull weather.
‘’The temperatures are also not great at the weekend, by about 10 to 13 degrees.
Nevertheless,it appears that East Finnmark will miss a part of the rain,” said
Meteorologist, Magni Svanevik, at the Meteorological Institute.
Unfortunately, she couldn’t promise much for next week either. Occasionally,there may be some sunshine, but there is still no long-lasting nice weather in sight.
It is Eastern Norway and Southern Norway that will go off with a perfect start on the weekend and the school holidays next week.
“It will be nice weather and hot. On Saturday and Sunday it could be 25 degrees.
Of course there may be afternoon breaks, but those are not important,’’ said the meteorologist, adding that next week, South Norway looks promising.
‘’There will be temperatures around 25 degrees, but of course it is quite uncertain’’.
After Western Norway had fresh snow on the peaks in the mountains this week,the coming weekend looks pretty nice in parts of the area.
Sankthansaften (mid-summer) will get dry and nice in Rogaland. Hordaland may get some light showers, while there will be rain in Sogn and Fjordane.It will be finer the farther south you go. The temperatures could reach 18 degrees in the places it is not so wet.
‘’Next week, the low pressure coming from the west seems to be sent north.There may be potential for it to get warmer, though it is very uncertain, especially in Rogaland, to go up to 20 degrees,” said Svanevik.
She can not promise sun and heat for Trøndelag and Møre and Romsdal Saturday or Sunday.Here, the rain will continue beyond this week, with temperatures below 15 degrees.
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