in the month of June gave us sunshine and temperatures of around 30 degrees celsius in the west of Sweden. But in the beginning of July will be no different. Instead, I'm now back to rain, wind, and cold temperatures in the west.
in July, lives up to its name as the year's wettest month, statistically speaking, that is. First, the rain, the rain will come sometime in July, " says Lars Rydqvist, a meteorologist at the väderinstitutet the Storm.
the draw in the Friday night will continue through Saturday in order to begin to slow down in the evening and continue to the east.
on Saturday night, there is a lot of cloud that hangs around, so you have to expect that there will continue to be cloudy and it might pull in the occasional downpour on Saturday night but persistent rain, the rain has gone by then.
”It's colder than normal,”
the meteorologist Matti Rydqvist warns, however, that a new day may come in on Sunday and then pass by fairly quickly. The low temperatures will continue.
" It's a little bit of a modest range of temperatures. Around 16 to 17 degrees celsius, you can count on both Saturday and Sunday.
" Nederbördsmässigt is that there is nothing that stands out, and there's nothing to warn for. On the other hand, it is well to add that it is colder than normal. It is a day of July up to 20 to 21 degrees celsius in the west of Sweden. It is a few degrees cooler, both when looking at the average temperature and the maximum temperature.
in Addition to the rain, and cold temperatures in the west of Sweden, also count for a lot in the wind.
" On Sunday, it will be a bit windier on the coast of bohuslän, with a fresh and at times strong winds.
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