A group of researchers has studied the snow bands forming over the Baltic Sea, which may bring large amounts of snow in the coastal areas within a short period of time.
Head of Unit Sami Niemelä, FMI, tel. +358 29 539 4172, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mazon J., Niemelä S., Pino D., Savijärvi H. and Vihma T. (2015): Snow bands over the Gulf of Finland in wintertime, Tellus A, 67, 25102,
Niemelä S. (2012): Winter-time convection - a heavy snowfall case in Southern Finland. Hirlam Newsletter, 59, December 2012, 21-26.
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