More than 10 mm of rain fell across parts of Denmark today, but national weather service DMI is promising that once this current chilly front passes, some serious sunshine is on the way.
Yes, it could finally be time to pack away the coat and gloves for good and dig out those shorts, as temperatures will start approaching 25 degrees next week.
Temperatures are predicted to rise in most places in the country by the weekend.
“We will see temperatures start to increase this weekend, hitting around about 18 degrees,” meteorologist Marianne Patzer told Ekstra Bladet. “And then later on next week, they will rise to between 20 and 25 degrees.”
Don’t go near the water
Southern Denmark will be the warmest, and temperatures will be warmest furthest from the coast.
“It will be a bit colder near the coastal areas because the water temperature is still about 8 degrees,” said Patzer.
The warmer temperatures do not necessarily add up to sunshine as the weather pattern will remain unstable. And, of course, there is no guarantee that the good weather will hang around.