Meteorologist Linda Frost told TT that May’s temperatures are normally 15-16 degrees, but the weekend´s temperatures were over 25 degrees. The city of Stockholm is full of sunbathers and boat-owners are out in full force.
But apparently the heat wave is going to be a short one. As of Monday, northwesterly winds will bring down temperatures and from Tuesday, Swedish skylines will be more grey than blue.
So sun-lovers are advised to get out there and make the most of it. But don’t forget to slip on a hat and slap on some sunscreen. The ozone layer is also thinner than it normally is in May, so the risk of sunburn is higher than ever.