Sun in the south – rain in the north

rainfallOslo.Rainfall.Photo : Vidar Ruud / NTB scanpix

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Autumn is coming all over the country. A few rays of sunshine are expected in the south during the week and rainfall in the north, meteorologists warn.

In much of eastern Norway, you can expect some pleasant autumn days at the beginning of the week, and in the metropolitan region, Monday can offer up to 20 degrees and sunshine, according to the Meteorological Institute.

For the rest of the week, there seem to be several days of clear weather and high temperatures in the area.

Southern Norway also looks promising, with temperatures between 15 and 19 degrees during the week. In Western Norway and Central Norway, however, things seem to be a little more changeable.

From the middle of the week, low pressure will come from the east of the southern Norwegian countryside, while at the same time a high pressure is rising in the west, reports TV 2.

– Then we will be in the middle. We have winds from the north in the interior of southern Norway, which will blow in strong gales in exposed places. In the mountains, the wind can appear even in a small storm,” says meteorologist Camilla Antonsen at Storm.

In northern Norway, it seems that the umbrella will be needed. Rainfall and some lower temperatures are expected throughout the week.

“There will be precipitation and gales from the southwest in Nordland until the middle of the week. In Troms and Finnmark, however, the prevailing wind will be a little weaker and the rainfall more modest,” says Antonsen.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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