Helsinki, Finland

Weather For 2 Weeks

Date



Forecast



High
F



Low
F



Max.
Humidity



Min.
Humidity





2/21



Partly Cloudy
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24





19





93





54





2/22



Cloudy with a
chance of snow

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27





7





93





66





2/23



Light Snow/ Cloudy
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27





21





86





67




2/24



Mostly Cloudy
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32



20



100



73





2/25



Fair
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30





28





93





56





2/26



Overcast
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33





12





100





82





2/27



Light Freezing Rain
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32





22





93





57





2/28



Mostly Cloudy
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23





14





91





69




3/1



Cloudy
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28




25




86




82




3/2



Mostly Cloudy
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25




19




83




69




3/3



Light Snow
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32




23




93




76





3/4



Mostly Cloudy
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34





32





95





86




3/5



Cloudy
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45




26




96




70





3/6



Partly Cloudy
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36





25





91





70



In Finland the four seasons are very different from one another with cold winters and warm summers. But the Gulf Stream that runs through Finland makes it's climate warmer than Greenland, even though both countries are on the same latitude. The average amount of rain fall for March is 35mm. March is the dryest month of the year and August has the most rain with 75mm. The average temperature for March is -6 degrees (C). external image 166722344_2938345917.jpgHelsinki is not very bright during the winter months; its cloudy nearly every day with only about 11 hours of daylight and the sun lingers on the horizon even around midday. But in the summer things are brighter and some visitors might find it hard to sleep because the sun stays above the horizon for so long.
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The spring is a wild month in Helsinki. Flowers spring up everywhere; its warming after the long winter. The rain keeps the local lakes and coastal waters cold while the forests are overflowing with green. Autumn is short for Finland because the trees change quickly. Then the early frost comes even quicker, coating Finland in thin ice. As the days become short locals throw festivals to make up for the leaving light.

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