Warm temperatures lasting into autumn across Sweden

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A woman rides her bike under autumnal trees at Djurgaaredn park in Stockholm on October 18, 2017. Temperatures across Sweden will be warmer than usual this week due to warm African winds. (Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP/Getty Images)
Warm winds from Africa mean temperatures over 20 degrees Celsius in some of Sweden this week.

“It looks like the tropical summer will last a while” says Alexandra Ohlsson, meteorologist at the weather service SMHI.

Warm winds were expected to be felt starting Tuesday in southern and mid-Sweden, and it should get even warmer on Wednesday. In northern cities such as Sundsvall, it will be around 10 degrees on Wednesday and in the Arctic city of Jokkmokk 6 degrees, rising to the weekend.

Next week’s temperatures will be cooler but still mild for autumn, says Alexandra Ohlsson to Swedish Radio News.

Related stories from around the North:

Canada: Wettest August in decades in Dawson City, northwestern Canada, CBC News

Finland: Cities in Finland and Sweden among Europe’s fastest-warming, data shows, Yle News

Norway: Arctic ecosystems face irreversible change without fast climate action, UN report says, The Independent Barents Observer

Russia: Russian and American scientists team up to study Arctic Russia’s weakening sea ice, The Independent Barents Observer

Sweden: Feature Interview: Is Arctic climate research missing the big picture?, Eye on the Arctic

United States: New study predicts ‘radical re-shaping’ of Arctic landscape by 2100, CBC News

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