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In February in Finland, the average air temperature ranges from -3.9 °C (25.0 °F) during the day to -10.2 °C (13.6 °F) at night. There are 10 days of rain on average, where the rainfall is 34 mm (1.33 in).
In February there are not good conditions to visit Finland. Since Finland is a region with winter sports possibilities, then February can be suitable to visit for this purpose. A relatively low temperature of -3.9 °C (25.0 °F) may be ideal for walking or outdoor activities, but some people may have a different idea of the holiday. The night temperature of -10.2 °C (13.6 °F) is not inviting for evening and night activities except for visiting a bar and having beer or two.
The length of daylight in Finland in February is 9 hours.
In Finland in February, the average daily temperatures will be -3.9 °C (25.0 °F). Don't forget to pack a warm jacket, gloves and several layers of clothing. It can be really cold with all the usual phenomena like freeze, snow, icy wind.
The average night temperature in Finland in February is -10.2 °C (13.6 °F). The nights will be cool, layers of clothes will be needed for evening and morning walks, the hotel should be equipped with heating.
In Finland in February, we can expect 10 days to be rainy, that is, days when precipitation exceeds 2 mm (0.08 in). Converted to days of the week, this means that it will occur on an average of 2.3 days of the week, or in general - 32 % days.
No, there is no wet season in February in Finland - you can expect 10 days of rain during the month.
In February in Finland, there is 34 mm (1.33 in) rainfall, which means on average 1 mm (0.04 in) rainfall per day.
No, February is not a dry month in Finland, expect rain approximately 10 days in a month.
It is possible that it will be freezing in Finland in February, night temperatures will be -10.2 °C (13.6 °F) on average.
Yes, Finland is a rainier February than in March.
In February in Finland, there will be an average wind scale of 3.2.
No, February is not warmer in Finland than March.