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Here's what the Valborg weather will be like in Sweden

Valborg is one of Sweden's most unique celebrations. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT

Published: 26.Apr.2018 07:50 hrs

Revellers hoping to celebrate Valborg may be advised to pack an umbrella as typically unpredictable Swedish April weather could dampen the festivities.

Walpurgis (Valborg) celebrations take place across the country on April 30th as bonfires are lit and just a few drinks had to welcome in the start of spring.

Meteorologists say it's a good idea to dress warm and bring something waterproof, as the weather looks uncertain in Sweden on the last day of the month.

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