All of southern Norway is noticing the summer heat these past few days, and on Thursday the temperature passed 30 degrees at Lillehammer.
“Hot and nice most places in # South Norway today! By far the warmest was in eastern Norway, where Lillehammer-Bjørnerud measured 30.1 degrees! “, said ‘The Meteorologists’ on Thursday evening.
The Meteorological Institute said that the area from Hardanger to the Oslo Fjord was covered by a huge sun. A powerful and stable high pressure gave a blast to the south of Trondheim, and the good weather will last for the whole weekend, but with a risk of morning rain along the coast.
“Right now, Friday has an opportunity to get the highest temperatures, but the heat will last until Tuesday. Do not be surprised if the temperature hits 30,’’ said meteorologist Magni Svanevik.
At the same time, Yr journal warned of strong UV radiation, and the forest fire hazards in extremely dry, hot weather.
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