Streets are swept and the plants started to flower. Vårtecknen are several at their hold in the country. But this weekend's weather will be mixed. On Saturday it will be windy in the north of Lapland and the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute has gone out with a class 1-warning for very strong winds and snowfall.
– In the rest of the northern region there will be varied weather and there is a chance of both sun and snow. In the mountains lands with temperatures between zero and ten degrees below zero, while the Northern inland and the coast receive between zero and five degrees, " says Moa Hallberg, meteorologist at SMHI, and adds that the weather is the equivalent for Sunday, but slightly windier.
and like the sun will not be particularly impressed by Saturday's weather. The day starts sunny, but the afternoon draws dense clouds in from the west and moves eastward. There is a risk of showers associated with this, including in the southern Valleys. The temperatures are going to land between six and eleven degrees. When the temperature drops, there is a risk of snowfall.
In parts of the Country there will be freezing temperatures during the night to Sunday. During the early hours of the morning also an easy snöfallsområde over Örebro and moves on towards the Stockholm area. When the temperatures rises, it will melt, " says Moa Hallberg.
Forward the day it will be mostly sunny and temperatures will be between two and seven degrees.
starts on Saturday with quite sunny weather in the western parts and sunny in the east. During the afternoon grows dense cloud cover, even there. Temperatures of the lands between eight and thirteen degrees above zero.
During Sunday, it will be mostly sunny, but according to the Moa Hallberg, there is also a risk for rain.
– In the eastern parts of Götaland, can it get any showers. Temperaturmässigt lands it on between three and seven degrees, " she says.
on Sunday, colder weather is expected to continue in during the beginning of the next week, but ahead of next weekend it looks to be the temperatures over ten degrees again.