Weather: – There are no signs of spring on the horizon

Weather: – There are no signs of spring on the horizon

Over the country, low pressures queued. Temperatures are also set to drop again, after a slight rise in some places recently – such as Sunndalsøra in Møre and Romsdal, which measured 10.1 degrees on Sunday.

– We really don’t see any clear signs of spring in the forecasts now and going forward towards Easter, the meteorologist on duty Per Egil Haga at the Institute of Meteorology tells Dagbladet.

– So for those who crave spring, all you have to do is be patient. Maybe more layers.

Bad Easter news

In short, March is likely to be a fairly cold month, he says.

Nor did Easter seem to be able to provide sunshine and warmth in the cabin wall.

– It seems that April will also start with cold spring weather in both the south and the north, says Haga, and stresses that the forecast so far is uncertain.

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Winter weather type

But they are more confident next week, and there will still be wintry conditions in the north.

– There will be thunderstorms that will hit Troms and Finnmark in particular with snow showers, says the meteorologist.

Snow will begin early Monday in Finnmark, before eventually snowy weather sets in for both Troms and the northern parts of Nordland.

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It will be a bit wintry.

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To the south, in Nordland, Trøndelag and More og Romsdal, we find those who are “away from the cheapest” next week.

The temperatures will also drop here, but it doesn’t look like there will be much rain.

Maybe they can see a little sun, too. If it weren’t for the dominance, says the meteorologist, there could be a few hours of sunshine later in the week.

Small need: It looks like precipitation will fall in the form of rain in the coastal areas of southern Norway.  But with the cooler temperatures, it won't be long before it starts to fall like snow, says the meteorologist.  Photo: Stian Lysberg Solum/NTB

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Snow, sleet and rain

However, the rest of southern Norway will have to come to terms with the fact that only low pressures will dominate – as rain on the coast, and as snow inland and at higher altitudes.

– There wouldn’t be much to see until the sun, and it would be cold with temperatures above zero.

But even though the weather will be characterized by low pressure, there is no storm on the horizon.

– It doesn’t look like there will be significant, strong low pressure with lots of wind and rain, but it looks like it’s going to be wet for most of the next week.

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With temperatures hovering around zero, it’s also difficult to say with absolute certainty where precipitation will come as rain and where it will come as snow.

– For example, in Oslo it is more likely to rain or sleet, but with temperatures very close to zero, it wasn’t long before the precipitation took a different shape. There is perhaps only one degree of difference between rain and snow. But it doesn’t currently look like we’ll have the big, heavy snowfall that happened in the week we put it behind us, says Haga.

If a meteorologist is to take anything positive out of the forecast for the coming weeks, it’s that sleds don’t look like they should be shelved any time soon.

For the ski enthusiasts among us, there will be good opportunities to ski throughout the Easter weekend, as the forecast now looks like. throughout the country. Joy to some, pain to others, says Haga.

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