What's the weather like in Finland?
As the saying goes, the climate is what we expect, and the weather is what we get. Finland has four unique seasons. The temperature in Finland varies greatly by season and by region as the country is long and has differing coastal and inland climates. The Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Eurasian continent to the east together create the actively changing climate of Finland.
The hottest month is typically July and the coldest is January and February. Due to our country’s location, the weather can also change quickly, which makes predicting a bit tricky as do the effects of climate change. One moment the sun might be shining, and the next rain is pouring down – such is life up North. We recommend checking the weather in the morning before heading out so you'll know exactly how to dress to be as comfortable and as warm as possible.