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Forecasters try to predict Midsummer weather

Published torsdag 13 juni 2013 kl 17.03

Next week millions of Swedes will be outside celebrating Midsummer Day on the 22nd of June - but will the be getting rained on? So far forecasters think that it will be sunny in the south and rain in the north.

But the picture keeps on changing, yesterday the weather bureau thought we would see sunshine across the whole of Sweden for Midsummer.

Linnea Rehn, at the Meteorological Institute, says to Swedish Radio News that temperatures will be about 17-20 degrees Celsius in the south, and about 15 degrees in the rainy north.

"In the north you should have an umbrella and waterproofs on, but in the south it might be enough with just a jacket," she says.

More definite weather forecasts will be published shortly before Midsummer Day.

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