Logo 468


Advertisement:

Job section - 468

Monday the warmest day so far


Ben Kendall 2012-03-13

With temperatures above 17 degrees Celsius, Monday was the warmest day of the year so far in southern Sweden. In Gothenburg, the mercury reached as high as 13.1 degrees.

While Tuesday offers more of the same in the Gothenburg region - temperatures up to about 10 degrees Celsiuis - cooler air will come in over West Sweden on Wednesday and will stick around until the end of next week.

"Towards the end of next week, warm air will come in over the county [Västra Götaland] from the south-west and then temperatures can rise to 13 degrees Celsius or more," said Erik Rindeskär, meteorologist at Foreca to Göteborgs-Posten.

According to the weather site yr.no, the average temperature in Gothenburg during March is 2.0 degrees Celsius.

Post comment     Tip a friend     Print






‘A new era for Volvo Cars’

The all-new XC90

Volvo Cars unveiled its new XC90 SUV to around 700 journalists from around the world in Stockholm on Tuesday. The...

More

Introducing West Swedish food to New York



New Yorkers will get to find out what West Swedish food is all about when North, a Nordic food festival,...

More

C1

New children’s hospital given green light

Illustration of the new hospital's exterior

A new ultra-modern children’s hospital will be built in Gothenburg following a decision from the county...

More

Morrissey returns to Gothenburg


British pop legend Morrissey is set to perform a concert in Gothenburg this November.

The former Smiths...

More

C2

Politicians positive about congestion charge support

<span>A congestion charge control point at Stigberget in western Gothenburg</span>

Politicians are pleased that more Gothenburg residents are in agreement with the congestion charge, reports...

More

New Volvo premieres today

<span>Front view of the all-new XC90</span>

The all new XC 90 Volvo will be having its world premiere in Värmdö outside Stockholm today,...

More

Thousands without connectivity


Thunderstorms have caused major problems for the telecommunication networks in West Sweden which may not be...

More

Music: five things to do in week 35


Live music, DJs and other happenings of the indie/alternative variety.

28.08.14

I Grow Paper Wings

What?

More

Intoxicated thieves try to outrun police


Two car thieves under the influence of drugs were arrested after a police car chase early Tuesday morning.

More

Body parts found in west coast field


Police in West Sweden said on Monday that they had found human body parts in a field in Näsinge, outside...

More

New students arrive


Hordes of new international students are arriving in Gothenburg as the autumn semester approaches its start...

More

Thousands rally against neo-Nazi party


A few thousand people demonstrated against the neo-Nazi political party “Party of the Swedes”...

More

Mother faces trial after son overdosed


A Borås woman has been accused of trying to kill her handicapped adult son by giving him extremely high...

More

Dramatic storm in Gothenburg

The storm cloud rolling in over western Gothenburg on Sunday evening

The Gothenburg region was hit by severe thunderstorms on Sunday night, with nearly 800 lighting strikes...

More

Student life: finding accommodation


You have applied and been accepted; you are moving to Gothenburg! Your next step most likely involves the search for accommodation...

More

The end of The Knife

Image: Michael Dornbierer/Flickr (CC BY 2.0).<br />The Knife performing on tour

Gothenburg born duo, The Knife, are set to say farewell with their final tour this autumn.

After 15 years...

More

Bomb scare false alarm


Yesterday police cordoned off an area of J Sigfrid Edström street in Gothenburg due to a bomb scare.

More

Tom Johnstone to leave SKF

SKF's Scottish CEO Tom Johnstone will step down from his post at the end of the year

CEO Tom Johnstone will be leaving his post at SKF at the end of this year, announced the Gothenburg company...

More
More articles (for front page)

What's on this weekend

August - the crayfish month

Weather warning for Gothenburg

Basement overrun with rats

Cars destroyed by fire

Sales trend may create jobs at Volvo Cars

Moderate pol opposes West Link tunnel

Floods continue in West Sweden

Volvo Cars posts ‘solid’ half-year result

Lindex collaborates with Gaultier


Main partners:

Main Partners (uni collaboration)

Social media:

Linda's twitter logo 2

Facebook








BRG Expat Guide



Advertisements:

Business Region Göteborg

Nordstan D

Most read


Search          Search help

Tip the editor