The only more unstable day of the week ahead is Monday, when low pressure moves south from the center of the country and brings weak showers during the day to the southern and eastern parts of the country.

From Monday evening, the whole rest of the week can be spent in rainy and relatively hot signs.

The meteorologist on duty at the Finnish Meteorological Institute says Iiris Viljamaa that the weather is warming day by day.

- On Tuesday, it is widely between 17 and 19 degrees throughout the country, although it may be a little cooler in Lapland.

Viljamaa says that an increasingly warmer air mass arrives from the west during the week.

On Wednesday, the warmest may be a little surprising in Lapland, where even the hell border can be broken.

- On Thursday and Friday, the Heller border is rushed mainly in the southern and central parts of the country.

Viljamaa generally says that temperatures rotate between 22 and 24 degrees for the whole country.

He believes the magical 25.1 degree heller limit will be exceeded, but will not go into speculation more about where it could happen.

- Helleraja will definitely break and it can be crossed locally in several different parts of the country, Viljamaa says.

School graduations are being celebrated over the weekend and at least for now, it looks like schoolchildren will be able to celebrate in hot readings across the country.