Sweden has four seasons. This fall has been unusually warm and dry to the point farm wells are going dry in many places. We've had summer temperatures far into September one month longer than how it used to be. In summer, temperatures might surge up to around 34C, but usually temperatures are more moderate around 20-25C during summer. In winter temperatures nowadays have a tendency to hover around freezing point, it is warmer than it was 20 years ago. Some years we may have a cold streak and temperatures might drop to -20C (colder than in the freezer) or evrn below that. Needless to say, people have well isolated houses with double or triple glazing. In the past there was always snow, but nowadays we're starting to see winters without much snow. All of this is in South Sweden, the north has a colder climate. The distance between South Sweden and northern Lapland is about the same as that from South Sweden to Rome in Italy, or so I've read.