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Increasing sunshine -4 -2
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Mostly cloudy -6 -4
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Mostly cloudy -5 0
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Mostly cloudy 0 2
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

city forecast min max chance of rain UV index
°C °C
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Snow developing 0 1 50% -
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Snow developing -3 0 50% -
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Rain developing 1 4 50% -
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Mostly cloudy -2 1 40% -
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Snow developing -6 -3 50% -
Ivalo icon
Snow developing -5 -3 50% -
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Mostly cloudy 0 2 20% -
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Snow developing -1 2 50% -
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Snow developing 0 2 50% -
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Snow -1 1 60% -
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Snow developing 1 2 50% -
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Snow developing -2 2 50% -
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Snow developing -4 -1 50% -
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Snow developing 1 2 50% -
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Mostly cloudy 0 2 20% -
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Snow showers 0 2 50% -
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Snow developing -4 0 50% -
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Snow showers 0 2 50% -
Mariehamn icon
Windy 4 6 10% -
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Snow developing 0 2 50% -
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Rain developing 0 2 50% -
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Snow developing -5 0 50% -
Pori icon
Clearing shower 2 4 40% -
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Snow developing -2 1 50% -
Rovaniemi icon
Snow developing -3 0 50% -
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Possible shower 0 3 20% -
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Mostly cloudy 0 2 20% -
Sodankyla icon
Snow developing -4 -1 50% -
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Mostly cloudy 1 2 20% -
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Increasing sunshine 2 4 10% -
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Late shower 1 3 40% -
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Snow developing 0 2 50% -
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Snow developing 0 2 50% -

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Brisbane storm: Supercell damage bill could reach $150 million, Campbell Newman says

ABC image 22:36 EDT The damage bill from a supercell storm that hit south-east Queensland yesterday afternoon with cyclonic winds and softball-sized hail could reach $150 million, Queensland Premier Campbell Newman says.

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