"Set up the clock but wait be happy with the outdoor furniture."
"According to the old minnesregeln for daylight savings time, it is soon time to set up the outdoor furniture."
"But this year, it is perhaps best to wait a bit with the thing – despite the fact that we are moving towards brighter times are expected a snowfall now wrap over parts of the country."
"– The really high temperatures we had this week doesn't look to get back on a good while, " says Ian Engblom, a meteorologist at Foreca."
"the Night on Sunday lost an hour of sleep. It is time for daylight savings time, and when the clock strikes 02, the indicator needle should be pulled forward an hour."
"to remember which way the clock should be turned, people usually talk about setting up their outdoor furniture. But it is, perhaps, nothing to recommend really."
"at the same time as we switch to daylight saving time sweeps: a winter weather over the country."
" During the night and in the morning it can be a bit of snow. It is a bit småstänk which can be in Dalarna, Gävleborg and down to Mälardalen, " says Ian Engblom, a meteorologist at Foreca."
"hold there can be few centimeters of snow, but you yearn for summer need not worry – there is nothing that is expected to be around very long."
"– It melts enough away from the forward the morning or later in the day. It is both solar and wind in the morning so it melts and dries up pretty fast, " says Engblom."
"the Cold winds in the whole country."
"Despite the fact that there is a great chance for a sunny start of the week, the temperatures drop throughout the country."
"– You can count on cold winds in the whole country, and especially windy in the mountains. Where it is also the greatest risk of any snow shower."
"In Stockholm, sweden drops temperatures quite dramatically. There will maxtemperaturer between five and seven degrees during the week. But also in western and southern Sweden drops the levels significantly."
"– We go against all of warmer times in the season progresses, but if you look further ahead the next time I see no return of these high temperatures."