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Viitasaari Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Sun
Increasing sunshine -4 -1
Mon
Mostly cloudy -6 -3
Tue
Mostly cloudy -5 -2
Wed
Snow -3 1
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Tuesday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Cloud increasing -6 -2 20% -
Ammansaari
Increasing sunshine -7 -4 10% -
Hailuoto
Windy -4 -1 10% -
Helsinki
Mostly cloudy 1 4 10% -
Hetta
Snow developing -20 -6 50% -
Ivalo
Snow developing -13 0 50% -
Jamsa
Mostly sunny -4 -1 10% -
Joensuu
Increasing sunshine -4 -2 10% -
Jyvaskyla
Mostly cloudy -6 -2 20% -
Kajaani
Increasing sunshine -7 -3 10% -
Kauhava
Cloud increasing -7 0 20% -
Kemi
Mostly cloudy -8 -1 20% -
Kittila
Mostly cloudy -18 -4 20% -
Kruunupyy
Cloud increasing -6 -1 20% -
Kuopio
Increasing sunshine -5 -1 10% -
Kuovola
Increasing sunshine -6 -1 10% -
Kuusamo
Increasing sunshine -7 -3 10% -
Lappeenranta
Increasing sunshine -6 -2 10% -
Mariehamn
Cloud increasing -1 2 20% -
Mikkeli
Increasing sunshine -6 -2 10% -
Oulu
Mostly cloudy -6 -3 20% -
Pello
Mostly cloudy -15 -3 20% -
Pori
Cloud increasing -2 0 20% -
Pudasjarvi
Mostly cloudy -6 -2 20% -
Rovaniemi
Mostly cloudy -6 -4 20% -
Savonlinna
Increasing sunshine -6 -2 10% -
Seinäjoki
Cloud increasing -6 0 20% -
Sodankyla
Mostly cloudy -8 -2 20% -
Tampere
Mostly sunny -5 -1 10% -
Turku
Mostly sunny -2 0 10% -
Vaasa
Cloud increasing -4 1 20% -
Varkaus
Increasing sunshine -8 -3 10% -
Viitasaari
Mostly cloudy -5 -2 20% -
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Weather News

A stormy outlook for Darwin

13:23 EDT

Darwin is on track to reach their December average rainfall, which is already sitting at the halfway mark.

Unsettled spell for Perth

12:23 EDT

The England cricket team may feel more at home, as conditions turn wet and very windy for the end of the third test.

'Simple' calculations predicted floodwaters in 2011, residents near Wivenhoe Dam say

09:20 EDT

Two days before floodwaters threatened the Ipswich region, west of Brisbane, in January 2011, Darren and Brad Zanow knew they had to move their belongings to higher ground.