Record temperatures, but colder weather on the way

Two places in central Sweden saw record temperatures on Friday. Falun and Arvika in Dalarna both recorded 29.8 degrees Celsius; higher than any previous May.

Meteorologist Linnea Rehn says to Swedish Radio that colder air is on the way from the north, but that we can still expect 20-25 degrees in the south, and 15-20 in the north.

But then the cold front will mean the end of summer temperatures at the beginning of next week. The north will see rain, and even snow in the mountains.

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