– it is fun!
Sun, clear sky, and the protractor does not appear.
Wrapped in blankets and bubble jackets, Sebastian Holthusen and Vittel Jule enjoy their first open-air beer of the year in Fredrikstad.
If you live in eastern Norway and want to do the same as them, you have to be quick.
Meteorologists expect changeable weather in Agder and large parts of eastern Norway.
– It’s not a good idea. Holthusen admits he prefers the sun here.
– Monday will be winter or autumn in many places, depending a little bit on how you look at it, says meteorologist Martin Granerød on the job.
A yellow warning for snow has been issued for Agder and in eastern Norway south of Mjøsa. In some places, more than 25 cm of snow can fall in less than one day.
In Oslo, the precipitation seems to come in the form of snow. South of the capital, the meteorologist predicts that precipitation will come in the form of rain.
Tends to create challenges in those areas. Granerød says it’s good to be prepared because there can be traffic challenges, especially because of this expected snow.
Northern Norway weather wins
- people on Westland You should count on milder weather during the week. Precipitation in the form of rain is expected there.
- on Southern Norway Precipitation is expected to come in the form of rain along the coast, while inland areas will come in the form of snow.
- in remote areas Snowfall of 10 to 15 centimeters is expected during Monday.
- in Trondelag and in Moore and Romsdal The meteorologist expects the beginning of the week to be characterized by clouds and long weather.
Those who live north of Trøndelag seem to be able to start the week in the best way in terms of weather.
In large parts of northern Norway, temperatures appear to be near zero during the day, and long periods of sunshine.
– The further north you go, the more likely you are to get particularly sunny weather on Mondays and Tuesdays, says the meteorologist.
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