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Weather forecast for the next 24 hours

Increasing east winds today, 8-18 m/s by evening, strongest by the south coast. Patchy rain or drizzle in the south and east parts, but mainly dry elsewere. Considerable rain in the southeast part early tomorrow, but decreasing wind and precipitation in the afternoon, first in the south part, and in the north part by evening. Temperatures 3 to 10 C in daytime, mildest in the south.
Forecast made 22.10.2017 10:05

Forecaster's remarks

Strong wind gusts are expected by mountains in the south by evening and until tomorrow morning.
Prepared by the meteorologist on duty 22.10.2017 10:05

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