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Pello  -18/-4 

Pello Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Snow developing -18 -4
Sat
Mostly sunny -3 3
Sun
Possible shower 1 3
Mon
Late shower 0 2
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Frost then sunny -17 -6 80% -
Ammansaari
Cloud increasing -16 -8 80% -
Hailuoto
Snow developing -16 -2 80% -
Helsinki
Mostly sunny -8 2 80% -
Hetta
Snow developing -20 -5 80% -
Ivalo
Snow developing -15 -4 80% -
Jamsa
Frost then sunny -15 -7 80% -
Joensuu
Sunny -15 -10 90% -
Jyvaskyla
Frost then sunny -16 -8 80% -
Kajaani
Mostly sunny -17 -8 90% -
Kauhava
Late shower -16 -3 80% -
Kemi
Snow developing -17 -3 80% -
Kittila
Snow developing -18 -5 80% -
Kruunupyy
Snow developing -14 -2 80% -
Kuopio
Frost then sunny -15 -9 90% -
Kuovola
Sunny -13 -7 80% -
Kuusamo
Snow developing -16 -7 90% -
Lappeenranta
Sunny -13 -9 80% -
Mariehamn
Frost then sunny -5 -1 20% -
Mikkeli
Frost then sunny -15 -9 80% -
Oulu
Snow developing -16 -3 90% -
Pello
Snow developing -18 -4 80% -
Pori
Frost then sunny -14 -2 70% -
Pudasjarvi
Snow developing -17 -5 80% -
Rovaniemi
Snow developing -18 -4 90% -
Savonlinna
Sunny -14 -10 90% -
Seinäjoki
Late shower -15 -3 80% -
Sodankyla
Snow developing -16 -5 90% -
Tampere
Frost then sunny -14 -7 70% -
Turku
Frost then sunny -13 -4 70% -
Vaasa
Late shower -14 -1 80% -
Varkaus
Sunny -15 -9 90% -
Viitasaari
Frost then sunny -17 -7 80% -
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Weather News

Cyclone Oma weakens but impacts still expected along Queensland coast

13:43 EDT

People are being warned not to risk their lives by going to southern Queensland beaches this weekend with Tropical Cyclone Oma whipping up wild wind and surf.

Tropical Cyclone Oma lingers offshore

10:50 EDT

A short-lived tropical cyclone watch was cancelled in southeast Queensland on Friday morning, although the state isn't in the clear just yet.

Payday lenders 'preying' on natural disaster victims, financial counsellors say

10:34 EDT

An alarming number of natural disaster victims are turning to high-cost, short-finance — or pay day loans — to avoid going broke, financial counsellors say.