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SMHI warns of ishalka in large parts of the country

the Cold that has given hearty freezing temperatures in especially northern sweden, where the town of Pajala noted the lowest temperature of minus 29 degrees the night of Thursday, is on the way out. A snöfallsområde shall pass over the northern half of the country and then take the milder.

väderomslaget it can be difficult in traffic.

– We have some milder air is on the way. Before that it is a rainfall area that can cause ishalka when it falls on cold road surfaces. But it disappears during the day when the temperature rises, " says Henry Reimer, a meteorologist at SMHI.

There is also a risk for freezing rain and SMHI has gone out with a class 1–warning for large parts of Norrland, Svealand and eastern Gotaland.

the Temperature will swap around zero, except at the very top in the north, which means that there is a risk of local slip in the coming days. The snow that has fallen in Svealand and southern Norrland will probably melt away. In the Region there will be 1-5 degrees, in the far north 5 to 10 degrees below zero.

it will be continued mild and the clouds dominate. On Saturday, most break but on Sunday draws a fragmented comming in from the west over the country's middle parts, mostly as rain.

After the weekend it will be colder weather again.

– There is nothing significant cover, but it gets a bit colder and more normal januariväder, " says Henry Reimer.

On the transport agency's interactive map, you can get updated information about the slip hazard on the roads.

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