November temperatures were close to normal, precipitation remained low - Finnish Meteorological Institute

November temperatures were close to normal, precipitation remained low - Finnish Meteorological Institute

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8 December 2022

At the end of November, most parts of the country had snow, slightly more than usual in the south and exceptionally low amounts in some parts of Lapland. The autumn (September–November) in general was mild and precipitation remained low. According to the Finnish Meteorological Institute’s statistics, the weather in November was normal or slightly milder than normal in most of the country. The average temperature for the month ranged from about +6 degrees in the Southwestern Archipelago to -7 degrees in Enontekiö. The average temperature was mostly 0.5‒1.5 degrees above the average for the 1991–2020 normal period. Similar Novembers are experienced several times a decade, which means that this year’s November was very close to typical temperatures.

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