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fall is on the way

The cold from the north about to triumph

Published söndag 19 augusti 2012 kl 10.57
Lightning over Gothenburg last week, Photo: Yvonne Garblad

While Britain and much of Europe have experienced sun and high temperatures over the past few days, SMHI, the Swedish weather service, says during the weekend the summer heat in southern Sweden has run into the unstable conditions in the north.

In the week to come the north is expected to triumph, and much of the country has overcast skies and rain showers to look forward to.

The cooler conditions are expected to last all week. Summer, SMHI says, is coming to an end in Sweden, and in the far north it’s been officially Fall for a couple of weeks now. (The official SMHI definition of Fall is an average daily temperature under 10 degrees Celsius for five days in a row.)

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