Anyone waiting for a long stretch of summer to take hold in Denmark is going to have a bit of a wait.
The forecast for the next two weeks will continued to be characterised by westerly winds with a mix of rain, sunshine and showers and temperatures of around 20 degrees.
A mixed bag
Periods of rain will be broken up by sunshine and dry days, but the prospect of stable beach weather for several days in a row isn’t likely to appear until the second half of July.
Warm temperatures, if they come, will slide up from the south and appear in southern Zealand first.