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The Country For All Seasons January 25, 2010

Posted by elisavainio in Weather.

Finland, our place of residence, is one of the few countries that have a clear difference between every season. In fact, it’s quite amazing that now in the end of January it’s -17C and snowing outside whereas six months ago it was +24C and completely sunny. Well, I’d say that’s at least versatile!



WINTER IN HELSINKI January 24, 2010

Posted by KAJANNE in Helsinki, Weather.

This winter has been the coldest for the past few years. It has been freezing cold even here in Helsinki. We aren’t used to live in this low temperatures here in south. It has snowed too. It’s nice when the ground is covered with a few centimetres of snow, but it has snown much more then that. It’s not suprising that Finns are so depressed because of the dark and depressing winter season. And every time it snows more than was expected, Helsinki turns into a chaos. Buses are always delayed and nothing works on schedule.


Wonderful season January 18, 2010

Posted by Natalia in Nature, Weather.

Winter in Finland is a long season in every year. Temperature could be different every day from 0 to 30 degrees Celsius. One day you feel the warmth but next day you feel your self very cold.