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Turku Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Increasing sunshine -12 -2
Wed
Cloud increasing -2 2
Thu
Increasing sunshine -1 2
Fri
Increasing sunshine -3 2
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Fog then sunny -6 -2 10% -
Ammansaari
Fog then sunny -14 -5 10% -
Hailuoto
Increasing sunshine -10 0 10% -
Helsinki
Mostly sunny -4 1 10% -
Hetta
Mostly cloudy -10 -4 20% -
Ivalo
Windy -9 -4 10% -
Jamsa
Fog then sunny -6 -3 10% -
Joensuu
Fog then sunny -10 -6 10% -
Jyvaskyla
Fog then sunny -7 -2 10% -
Kajaani
Fog then sunny -11 -3 10% -
Kauhava
Increasing sunshine -5 0 10% -
Kemi
Cloud increasing -14 -1 20% -
Kittila
Cloud increasing -10 -4 20% -
Kruunupyy
Increasing sunshine -7 -1 10% -
Kuopio
Fog then sunny -8 -4 10% -
Kuovola
Fog then sunny -9 -6 10% -
Kuusamo
Increasing sunshine -10 -3 10% -
Lappeenranta
Fog then sunny -9 -6 10% -
Mariehamn
Mostly sunny -4 -1 10% -
Mikkeli
Fog then sunny -8 -6 10% -
Oulu
Increasing sunshine -13 -1 10% -
Pello
Cloud increasing -13 -3 20% -
Pori
Mostly sunny -7 -1 10% -
Pudasjarvi
Fog then sunny -9 -1 10% -
Rovaniemi
Cloud increasing -10 -3 20% -
Savonlinna
Fog then sunny -9 -6 10% -
Seinäjoki
Increasing sunshine -7 -1 10% -
Sodankyla
Mostly cloudy -11 -3 20% -
Tampere
Fog then sunny -8 -3 10% -
Turku
Increasing sunshine -12 -2 10% -
Vaasa
Cloud increasing -12 -2 20% -
Varkaus
Fog then sunny -7 -5 10% -
Viitasaari
Fog then sunny -7 -2 10% -
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Weather News

Heat fuelling southern fire danger today

11:12 EDT

Total fire bans are in place for parts of South Australia and Victoria today as temperatures soar ahead of an approaching cool change.

Plastic hives save hot bees in central Queensland

10:36 EDT

A Queensland beekeeper says special hives are helping to keep his bees cool as temperatures soar across the state.

Queensland weather: Heatwave conditions to return on Wednesday

09:03 EDT

A four-day heatwave that begins on Wednesday will bring the same kind of conditions that saw more than 200 Queenslanders treated for heat stroke and dehydration last week.