Weather July is exceptionally or unusually warm in much of Finland

Heat readings were measured in Finland on 24 days, which was more than eight days more than the long-term average in July.

July was unusually or exceptionally warm in much of the country, says the Finnish Meteorological Institute. Especially at the measuring stations in the southern part of the country, July was exceptionally warm.

Heat readings were measured in Finland on 24 days, which was more than eight days more than the long-term average in July. Rainfall was lower than usual in much of the country.

The statistical probability of an exceptional weather phenomenon occurring on average once every 30 years. The frequency of a rare meteorological phenomenon, on the other hand, is less than once every ten years.

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