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Kruunupyy Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Clearing shower 1 1
Thu
Snow showers -3 2
Fri
Snow showers -1 -1
Sat
Late shower -3 0
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Snow showers -4 2 90% -
Ammansaari
Mostly cloudy -7 -2 90% -
Hailuoto
Snow developing -6 -2 80% -
Helsinki
Mostly cloudy 2 6 80% -
Hetta
Frost then sunny -12 -7 20% -
Ivalo
Mostly cloudy -9 -5 30% -
Jamsa
Snow tending to rain -3 3 90% -
Joensuu
Snow developing -5 0 90% -
Jyvaskyla
Snow -4 2 90% -
Kajaani
Snow developing -7 -1 90% -
Kauhava
Snow showers -4 3 90% -
Kemi
Late shower -8 -2 50% -
Kittila
Frost then sunny -10 -4 20% -
Kruunupyy
Snow showers -3 2 90% -
Kuopio
Snow developing -5 0 90% -
Kuovola
Snow tending to rain -3 4 90% -
Kuusamo
Clearing shower -8 -4 80% -
Lappeenranta
Snow tending to rain -4 3 90% -
Mariehamn
Late shower 3 6 70% -
Mikkeli
Snow tending to rain -4 2 90% -
Oulu
Snow developing -6 -1 90% -
Pello
Late shower -9 -3 50% -
Pori
Snow showers -1 5 90% -
Pudasjarvi
Frost then sunny -8 -2 80% -
Rovaniemi
Frost then sunny -9 -3 30% -
Savonlinna
Snow showers -4 1 90% -
Seinäjoki
Snow showers -3 4 90% -
Sodankyla
Frost then sunny -9 -4 30% -
Tampere
Snow tending to rain -2 4 90% -
Turku
Thunderstorms clearing 0 6 80% -
Vaasa
Snow showers -2 3 90% -
Varkaus
Snow showers -5 1 90% -
Viitasaari
Snow showers -6 0 90% -
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