I don't think I'll ever understand the climate in this area of Norway.
Last week there was frost on the ground every morning and the temperature stuggled to climb any higher than 10C during the day.
But last night it got warmer and warmer, and by 6am this morning some weather stations in the area were reporting 21C. I even heard a report of 24C in Tresfjord.
This phenomenon is caused by the 'føhn' wind, but whatever it's called, it's damned confusing for an old Shetlander who expects to wear long underwear from September to May.
So, T-shirts out again, but the survival suit is on standby just in case.
Yun's aa fir enoo.