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Here comes the blow - snow pulls out of the country tonight
"Here comes the collapse - snow pulls out of the country tonight,"

"The thought that spring has come to stay will probably be disappointed. "

"on Friday and Saturday and has a class 1 warning for snowfall issued over the Valleys and over the next week is expected to as much as three inches of snow to be able to take over the country's northern parts. "

"Around 5 to 10 centimetres of snow is expected to pull in over the Valleys the next day. "

"– Then pulls the snow up across the northern region, there will not be any huge amounts but it is still about a couple of centimeters here and there, " says Ian Engblom, meteorologist at the weather service Foreca. "

"During Sunday then draws the colder air to the south of the country, while it will continue to snow a few inches in Norrlandsområdet. "

"Great disruption"

"Further to the south is expected the rain to pass over, among other things Stockholmområdet. "

"In the southernmost part of Götaland and southern Svealand are expected to warmer weather over the weekend, but already in the beginning of the next week switch it on and the temperature drops. A snöfallsområde draws in over northern sweden and eastern Svealand which means that it can be a couple of centimetres of snow even in the Stockholm area."

"– In norduppland it can be 5 to 10 centimeters, which means that it can be quite a big disruption, " says Ian Engblom. "

"Upwards of 3 inches of snow"

"At the beginning of next week is expected to be really big snowfall take over the north of sweden with up to three inches of snow, while snow also moves down over Svealand and Stockholm. "

"the Temperature is expected to be at zero degrees in the Country while in the northern region is expected to be several degrees below freezing. "

"The colder temperatures makes the snow in some places may remain, from a few days up to a week."

"– But the spring is relentless, so finally we are going to go against the more warmer times again, even if it might take a week. It is not for nothing that it is called April weather, " says Ian Engblom. "

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