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Kittila Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Mon
Mostly cloudy -22 -14
Tue
Mostly sunny -25 -15
Wed
Mostly cloudy -26 -16
Thu
Mostly cloudy -24 -15
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Wednesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Mostly cloudy -20 -13 20% -
Ammansaari
Cloud increasing -18 -12 20% -
Hailuoto
Mostly cloudy -13 -12 20% -
Helsinki
Mostly sunny -16 -10 20% -
Hetta
Mostly cloudy -26 -18 20% -
Ivalo
Mostly cloudy -21 -13 20% -
Jamsa
Mostly cloudy -19 -12 20% -
Joensuu
Mostly sunny -20 -13 10% -
Jyvaskyla
Cloud increasing -17 -12 20% -
Kajaani
Cloud increasing -17 -12 20% -
Kauhava
Mostly cloudy -15 -11 20% -
Kemi
Mostly sunny -20 -15 10% -
Kittila
Mostly cloudy -26 -16 20% -
Kruunupyy
Mostly cloudy -14 -10 20% -
Kuopio
Fog then sunny -17 -12 10% -
Kuovola
Mostly sunny -18 -11 10% -
Kuusamo
Mostly cloudy -19 -14 20% -
Lappeenranta
Mostly sunny -20 -11 10% -
Mariehamn
Increasing sunshine -10 -5 10% -
Mikkeli
Mostly sunny -18 -11 10% -
Oulu
Cloud increasing -16 -13 20% -
Pello
Mostly cloudy -22 -14 20% -
Pori
Mostly cloudy -14 -10 20% -
Pudasjarvi
Mostly cloudy -18 -13 20% -
Rovaniemi
Mostly cloudy -21 -14 20% -
Savonlinna
Mostly sunny -20 -11 10% -
Seinäjoki
Mostly cloudy -17 -12 20% -
Sodankyla
Mostly cloudy -21 -13 20% -
Tampere
Mostly cloudy -18 -12 20% -
Turku
Mostly cloudy -16 -9 20% -
Vaasa
Mostly cloudy -15 -11 20% -
Varkaus
Fog then sunny -18 -12 10% -
Viitasaari
Cloud increasing -18 -12 20% -
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Weather News

Scams, fake news advertised on Bureau of Meteorology website

06:17 EDT

Advertisements for scam pages have appeared on the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) website.

Dozens rescued as dangerous swell slams south-east Queensland

00:36 EDT

At least 50 people have been rescued in a as dangerous swells continue to slam the coastline in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Gita.

Cyclone Kelvin brings heavy rains, flooding to northern WA

00:35 EDT

and remains a category two system as it tracks inland, with arterial roads in northern Western Australia closing due to heavy rains and flooding while some roads could take months to be fully repaired.