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The Risk of wildfire in parts of the country
"The Risk of wildfire in parts of the country"

"There is a big väderskillnad between northern and southern Sweden for the moment. Over the weekend, warns the SMHI for both hurricanes, snow showers, and grass fires."

"Sunny and vårvarma days attracts the swedes to spend time out in nature – but I have to be careful if you get the urge to make fire or barbecue. Fires spread easily in the dry fjolårsgräs in the spring, warns Lovisa Andersson, meteorologist at SMHI."

"– When it is dry in the fjolårsgräset is gräsbrandsrisken great. It continues with the dry air and sunny days, the risk will remain for some time to come."

"SMHI has now issued the risk of wildfire in the ten counties in southern and central Sweden, from Uppsala in the north to the Kronobergs county in the south."

"In Norrland see the weather conditions different. In large parts of northern Sweden have Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute, on Saturday issued warnings for very fierce gusts; class 1-warnings in the Jämtland and Västerbotten and Norrbotten inland, and the class 2-warnings for the storm in the southern and the northern Mountains."

"– the Wind will increase more and more now. From the afternoon, the fierce south-westerly wind, and then during the night up against the storm in the Mountains. It gets really severe weather, there will be snow showers and non-existent term, " says Lovisa Andersson."

"the Wind is expected to slowly subside forward to Sunday morning."

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