Break out the Ray-Bans and shorts, the Danish summer has arrived! Some parts of the country, especially to the south, will see temperatures as high as 23 degrees by the afternoon.
However, further east towards the eastern edges of Zealand and on Bornhom, there is a chance of some showers.
Enjoy it while you can
Temperatures in Copenhagen should top out at about 20 degrees, with southwestern Jutland being the real hot spot.
There will be a bit of early morning fog in some places that will need to burn off before Denmark’s ’24-hours-of-summer’ can begin.