Skies are beautiful and sunny throughout much of the country, but the warmth has brought a problem: flooding, after all the snow earlier.
There are flood warnings in effect from Uppsala and Värmland, in central Sweden, all the way up to the very far north of the country, and some of those warnings are severe.
Radio Sweden hears from the officer on duty at the Swedish weather service, SMHI, as well as from two people who are affected by the flooding, interviewed by local Swedish radio stations P4 Jämtland and P4 Norrbotten.
Related stories from around the North:
Canada: Feds announce funding to tackle climate change in Inuit region of Atlantic Canada, Radio Canada International
Finland: Northern Finland braces for worst spring floods in decades, YLE News
Norway: As Arctic weather dramatically changes, world meteorologists take on more joint forecasting, The Independent Barents Observer
Russia: On thin ice, North Pole camp folds after only 12 days, The Independent Barents Observer
Sweden: Melting snow brings floods to central Sweden, Radio Sweden
United States: Anchorage, Alaska battered by strong winds, Alaska Public Media