The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) warns of slippery roads in the southern and central parts of Finland.
The Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) reported poor driving conditions in the southern and central regions of Finland on Wednesday.
Fintraffic traffic information group warns motorists of slippery roads in these parts of the country where cold temperatures, sleet and snow freeze road surfaces.
Meanwhile, meteorologists at Ile University said temperatures will drop across the country on Wednesday, possibly dropping to between -15 and -25 degrees Celsius in Lapland.
It will be near-freezing temperatures in the rest of Finland on Wednesday, with sub-zero temperatures expected at night across the country as the week draws to a close.
Wednesday’s cooler temperatures signal a turnaround from last weekend’s record mild weather and high winds.