June was exceptionally warm (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

June was exceptionally warm (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

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29 July 2013
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According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute, the mean temperature for June was above the long-term average in the whole country, in some places even exceptionally high. The mean temperature ranged from about 13 °C in Northern Lapland to about 18 °C in Southeast Finland. The previous time that June was hotter than this year in most of the country was in 1999. The greatest difference from the long-term average was recorded in Northern Lapland, where the temperature was up to four degrees warmer than usual. >> More

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