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Monday Weather

Published måndag 2 oktober 2006 kl 10.56

The Swedish weather service reports that much of the country experienced record high temperatures in September. In Gothenburg the average daily temperature was almost a full degree warmer than any previous September.

But the month ended with thunderstorms that caused power outages affecting thousands of customers in southern Sweden. Telephone traffic, radio transmitters, and traffic lights were all closed down by the power failures Saturday night.

More rain continues in much of the country, turning to snow in the far north. The best chances for sun are in central Sweden.

The temperature at 10:00 AM here in Stockholm was 15 degrees Celsius.

The sun rose here in Stockholm today at 6:56 AM, with sunset at 6:19 PM.

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