the Mild air has moved up across the country and given vårkänslor in many places in the south of Sweden. The north point of öland, has had the highest februaritemperaturen since 1961. Then it was 13 degrees celsius. Now notes is 12.6 degrees.
"It's not every year you get this warm air over Scandinavia, and to get double digits in mid-February is unusual," says meteorologist Marie Strong.
has pulled in over the mountains and SMHI expects the hurricane, which means winds of 33 metres per second in Norrbottensfjällen. This is one reason that warmer air brought up from the south.
" We've had up here the warmth of Spain across Scandinavia. It is these large systems that have moved on, " says Strong.
According to the measurements made between 1961 and 1990, the medium temperature is a normal February day around zero in southern Sweden, minus 1 to 5 in the north and in the northeast around 8 to 10 minus.
– But then there is the large variations from year to year. It will be over 16 degrees to get a new Sverigerekord for February.
Kalmar and Gladhammar listed, both of which have had to 13.2 degrees. The lowest temperature until the afternoon had to the river Valley with minus 10.
Also flyttfågarna seem to feel to vårvärmen visit. On Saturday reported sightings of skylark, starlings, and lapwings from the Upland and to the south.
the Cranes have also been seen to pass over the southernmost Region of sweden.
It is all the so-called väderflyttare, which is not moved so far. They can also turn back to the south of the spring is affected by the setback.
may not occur until the 15th February, and because it proceeds from a definition of daily average temperature must be above zero for seven days in a row so don't know SMHI until forward the 21-22 February where we received our in the south of Sweden.
– But it looks favourable, out for spring in southern Götaland, " says Marie Strong.
the warm air is pressed further to the south but already on Sunday evening, a new portion that takes over the country. Also next weekend is moving mild air to the north, even if the forecasts right now suggest that the temperatures don't land on two-digit.
Authorities warn against: don't Go out on the mountain,