Following a relatively mild weekend, cold temperatures will return to hit Denmark once again this week, followed by an ever colder seven days as February progresses.
Windy night in store
This week will start out blustery, although Imogen, the storm currently leaving southern England, is expected to largely dissipate over the North Sea this afternoon.
Only parts of southern Denmark can expect to feel windier than normal tonight.
Over the course of the rest of the week, it will get gradually colder and on Friday it will snow, reports the Danish meteorological institute (DMI).
In general, the days leading up to the snowfall will be cloudy and windy, with a mixed bag of rain, sleet and snow and day temperatures not exceeding 5 degrees.
On Wednesday night, temperatures are expected to fall below zero, ahead of an even colder Thursday night.