It has been predicted that there's going to be Northern Lights in Levi soon. So take a look skywards! Prediction provided by Sunsää.
Annual variations of the arrival of snow are normal.
The tourism companies operating in Finnish Lapland are well prepared to deal with low or no snow coverage. The arrival date of permanent snow cover may be October, November or December. Due to climate change, the unpredictability will probably increase in coming years.
Lapland’s nature has something to offer for all seasons. Right now is the best season and weather to enjoy the northern lights, fatbiking, outside campfire, and do light trekking and photographing. No snow makes it particularly easy to explore the beautiful National Parks in Lapland.
If you prefer a hygge atmosphere, you can enjoy the magic of the Polar Night in the special accomodations, eating the local delicacies and superfoods or relaxing in the warmth of the Finnish sauna. And of course Santa meets his guests, big or small, every day of the year.
For those that love snow, Ville Siiskonen from the Meteorological Institute explains:
- First snow arrives to Lapland generally early to mid-October. Due to the weather type, the first snow has melted. The forecast is that there will be a few centimetres of snow in South and Middle Lapland, and possibly more in Northern Lapland.
Lapland is a place for experiences above ordinary in all seasons. Welcome to breathe the purest air in the world and experience the Arctic wildlife and nature.
Source: House Of Lapland