For those unfamiliar with Norway who require further details on what constitutes "very warm" in these parts, the maximum temperatures in Oslo during this six-day stretch ranged from 16.5 to 22.3. I imagine that lowland Arizona in January turns on a few weeks like this.
The dewpoints were generally near or below 0, which does seem on the low side to me.
:-) It was very summery for Norway but hardly very warm by most people's standards. Nice February days by Arizona standards. But I'm not allergic to Arizona.
Meanwhile, it is snowing in Oslo (or at least its more elevated suburbs) today. I don't think my sister is terribly impressed.
Also snowing in Helsinki today. No one is impressed, not that you can tell with Finns.
No snow in Uppsala yet today, but it snowed a lot yesterday (never sticking to the ground). The not-sticking part is the only hope we have that spring is coming!
Suomen kesä on lyhyt, mutta vähäluminen.