September in Lapland unusually warm and dry (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

September in Lapland unusually warm and dry (Finnish Meteorological Institute)

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4 October 2013
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According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute, September was significantly warmer than usual throughout Finland. In Lapland, September was unusually warm and dry.

The monthly mean temperature ranged from 13 °C Celsius in Åland and the south-western archipelago to slightly under 9 °C in northern Lapland. The biggest deviation from the long-term average was reported in western and northern Lapland, where temperatures were more than 3 degrees above normal levels. The smallest deviation was reported in the southern part of the country were the temperatures were 1 degree warmer than usual. The highest temperature of the month, 23.8 °C, was measured in Sepänkylä, Espoo, on 8 September and the lowest, -6.4 °C, in Vuotso, Sodankylä, on 30 September. >> More

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