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Helsinki  14/28 

Now in Helsinki

Temperature
25.0°C
Dew point
9.0°C
Relative humidity
36%
Feels like
21.2°C
Wind
ESE 18km/h
Pressure
1012.0hPa

Helsinki Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Fri
Sunny 14 28
Sat
Sunny 11 22
Sun
Mostly sunny 11 22
Mon
Mostly sunny 11 20
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Thunderstorms 16 22 80% Moderate
Ammansaari
Showers 15 22 90% Moderate
Hailuoto
Rain 13 14 90% Moderate
Helsinki
Sunny 14 28 40% Moderate
Hetta
Rain 10 12 90% -
Ivalo
Rain 9 11 90% -
Jamsa
Thunderstorms 16 24 90% Moderate
Joensuu
Thunderstorms 15 24 80% Moderate
Jyvaskyla
Thunderstorms 17 24 90% Moderate
Kajaani
Thunderstorms 15 23 90% Moderate
Kauhava
Thunderstorms 17 23 80% Moderate
Kemi
Rain 14 15 80% Moderate
Kittila
Heavy rain 11 15 90% -
Kruunupyy
Thunderstorms 17 19 90% Moderate
Kuopio
Showers 15 23 90% Moderate
Kuovola
Late shower 17 26 60% Moderate
Kuusamo
Showers 13 19 90% Moderate
Lappeenranta
Mostly sunny 17 26 20% Moderate
Mariehamn
Mostly sunny 14 16 20% Moderate
Mikkeli
Thunderstorms 16 26 90% Moderate
Oulu
Showers 15 18 90% Moderate
Pello
Rain 12 17 90% Moderate
Pori
Clearing shower 17 20 40% Moderate
Pudasjarvi
Thunderstorms 15 21 90% Moderate
Rovaniemi
Rain 13 19 90% Moderate
Savonlinna
Showers increasing 15 23 80% Moderate
Seinäjoki
Showers 17 23 90% Moderate
Sodankyla
Rain 11 16 90% -
Tampere
Thunderstorms 17 23 90% Moderate
Turku
Mostly sunny 17 21 20% Moderate
Vaasa
Clearing shower 16 20 40% Moderate
Varkaus
Thunderstorms 16 26 90% Moderate
Viitasaari
Thunderstorms 16 23 90% Moderate
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