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No end in sight to Sweden's heatwave

A child having fun in the water in Lomma, southern Sweden, earlier this month. Photo: Johan Nilsson/TT

Published: 25.May.2018 07:44 hrs

Sweden's heatwave seems to have no end in sight, with 30C expected this weekend.

May has been an unusually sunny month, with temperatures staying above 20C almost every day across Sweden. And this weekend they are expected to hit 30C in large parts of the country.

Western and central Sweden will get the bulk of the weekend heatwave, but the whole country from north to south looks set to enjoy at least 20-25C, according to weather forecasters Storm.

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