At the beginning of each year, the Nordic countries usually have temperatures below 0 degrees Celsius, but recently a village in the western part of the country has seen 19 degrees Celsius, the highest temperature for January in years.
The anomaly is reported in the village of sundarthera on the southwestern coast of norway, north-west of the capital oslo, which has just recorded temperatures more than 25 degrees celsius above the region's january average.
These days, many residents go to the streets and just wear T-shirts. While some people enjoy the warm weather, there are also concerns that it is another sign of global warming, the report said.
The local executive, Wald, said that by the time of the past year, many people were ski, but in 2020, the situation was quite different from the heat waves. Wald even put on a swimming suit to dive for swimming.