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Yet another wet Midsummer could be around the corner for Sweden

A familiar Midsummer scene. Photo: Jonas Ekströmer/TT

Published: 13.Jun.2018 08:34 hrs

The biggest date on the Swedish summer calendar is fast approaching, but despite a spectacular start to the season it looks like not everyone will enjoy a sunny Midsummer.

Areas of rain are set to move over Sweden next week, and depending on where your Midsummer celebrations happen to be, it could be a wet one.

"Several fronts of rain will move over Sweden next week, so the question is where they end up on Midsummer Eve," Lovisa Andersson from national weather agency SMHI told news agency TT.

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