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Kittila Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Snow showers -3 2
Fri
Increasing sunshine -7 4
Sat
Increasing sunshine -8 5
Sun
Cloud increasing -3 3
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Increasing sunshine -4 4 10% -
Ammansaari
Fog then sunny -8 4 10% -
Hailuoto
Increasing sunshine -3 3 10% -
Helsinki
Mostly sunny 2 11 10% -
Hetta
Increasing sunshine -14 3 10% -
Ivalo
Increasing sunshine -7 5 10% -
Jamsa
Fog then sunny -2 4 10% -
Joensuu
Sunny -4 3 5% -
Jyvaskyla
Increasing sunshine -3 4 10% -
Kajaani
Cloud increasing -6 4 20% -
Kauhava
Mostly cloudy -3 6 20% -
Kemi
Increasing sunshine -6 5 10% -
Kittila
Increasing sunshine -8 5 10% -
Kruunupyy
Fog then sunny -4 4 10% -
Kuopio
Increasing sunshine -1 4 10% -
Kuovola
Fog then sunny -1 6 10% -
Kuusamo
Cloud increasing -9 4 20% -
Lappeenranta
Fog then sunny -1 6 10% -
Mariehamn
Mostly sunny 0 5 10% -
Mikkeli
Fog then sunny -3 5 10% -
Oulu
Mostly sunny -5 4 10% -
Pello
Mostly cloudy -8 4 20% -
Pori
Fog then sunny 0 7 10% -
Pudasjarvi
Increasing sunshine -6 5 10% -
Rovaniemi
Increasing sunshine -6 4 10% -
Savonlinna
Increasing sunshine -2 5 10% -
Seinäjoki
Increasing sunshine -1 5 10% -
Sodankyla
Mostly cloudy -10 4 20% -
Tampere
Fog then sunny -2 6 10% -
Turku
Increasing sunshine -1 8 10% -
Vaasa
Mostly sunny -2 5 10% -
Varkaus
Fog then sunny -2 5 10% -
Viitasaari
Increasing sunshine -5 4 10% -
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Weather News

Victoria on track for wet April after wintry blast hits state

15:20 EST

Parts of Victoria have already received almost double the average rainfall this month, and some areas have recorded the wettest April in 16 years.

Several weather systems set to pummel NZ

15:10 EST

New Zealanders are bracing for a week of wild weather.

Smoke signals the burning of heavy stubble, a hangover of last year's record NSW crop

14:56 EST

The skies above New South Wales farms have been filled with smoke in recent weeks as growers burn a huge load of dry stubble left over from last year's record crop yields.