Visibility IV / V
My wife and I were on a tour in Ähtäri Animal Park, when a hailstorm surprised us at the end of the route - and even more so at the snow leopard... ;-D The hailstorm lasted for maybe 7-10 minutes, and in some places the ground was white with hail. The size of the largest grain I suddenly noticed was about five millimeters. The hailstones were pretty much snowflakes, there is no exact information about the temperature at the observation location at the time of observation, but a guess around +2°C- +3°C (around 4 pm when we left, the car gauge showed +3°C).
A good couple of hours earlier (i.e. at 1:19 p.m., temperature +2°C according to the car's gauge) when Alavuten left Tuuri towards Ähtäri, completely pure snow fell from the sky, but since Taivaanvahti does not collect observations from "snowy conditions in the summer season", let this somehow remain "historic " weather phenomenon for the bonus pictures ( #6 and #7) (at least I don't remember a single snowfall from June in my lifetime, even though there have been cold summers).