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Mikkeli Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Wed
Snow showers -1 -1
Thu
Snow showers -2 0
Fri
Snow showers -2 -2
Sat
Snow -4 -2
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Finland Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ahtari
Snow showers -2 -2 80% -
Ammansaari
Snow showers -9 -8 80% -
Hailuoto
Snow -4 -4 90% -
Helsinki
Mostly cloudy 0 1 90% -
Hetta
Snow -11 -10 80% -
Ivalo
Mostly cloudy -12 -12 50% -
Jamsa
Snow -2 -1 90% -
Joensuu
Snow showers -5 -5 80% -
Jyvaskyla
Snow -2 -2 80% -
Kajaani
Snow showers -6 -6 70% -
Kauhava
Snow showers -1 -1 80% -
Kemi
Snow -5 -5 90% -
Kittila
Snow -9 -9 90% -
Kruunupyy
Snow -2 -1 70% -
Kuopio
Snow showers -4 -4 80% -
Kuovola
Snow showers -2 -1 80% -
Kuusamo
Snow showers -10 -9 80% -
Lappeenranta
Snow showers -2 -1 70% -
Mariehamn
Showers 2 3 80% -
Mikkeli
Snow showers -2 -2 70% -
Oulu
Snow showers -4 -4 70% -
Pello
Snow -7 -7 90% -
Pori
Snow showers 1 1 90% -
Pudasjarvi
Snow showers -7 -7 70% -
Rovaniemi
Snow -8 -7 90% -
Savonlinna
Snow showers -4 -3 70% -
Seinäjoki
Snow showers -1 -1 80% -
Sodankyla
Snow -9 -9 70% -
Tampere
Snow showers -1 -1 80% -
Turku
Possible shower 1 2 90% -
Vaasa
Snow showers 0 0 80% -
Varkaus
Snow showers -3 -3 70% -
Viitasaari
Snow showers -4 -3 90% -
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Weather News

Rain record broken near Townsville as a monsoonal low tracks across Queensland's north-west

10:33 EDT

Torrential rain in north Queensland has smashed a record as a tropical low in the Gulf Country brings heavy rain to northern and western parts of Queensland as it slowly moves towards the Northern Territory.

How to survive a heatwave. Tips on how to stay cool and why sleeping naked won't help during those sweaty nights

10:12 EDT

A heatwave that brewed up over inland Western Australia is making its way south and east, meaning much of Australia is about to experience sweltering temperatures.

Hot days ahead as fires burn in the ACT

09:52 EDT

Firefighters in the ACT will face rising temperatures and increasingly dangerous fire weather during the next several days, with rain unlikely to arrive until Sunday.