Make the most of summer this week

Sun-lovers should hit the beach before rain clouds roll in on Friday

July 21st, 2014 10:40 am| by admin
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Bathers on the beach have enjoyed some hot summer weather this past week, but the sunshine is going to fade by the end of the week.

DMI reports that the heat will last until the weekend, when temperatures are going to drop a bit and give way to rainy clouds.

Temperatures will stay between 23 to 28 degrees from Monday until Thursday and there will be plenty of sunshine, but gloomy weather may already begin to roll in from the south-western regions close to Germany.

Thunder risk
The summer weather seems to be changing definitively on Friday and become wetter. There may even be a risk of rain and thunderstorms throughout the weekend.

With temperatures reaching 25 degrees, Saturday and Sunday are going to be a bit cooler than the rest of the week, but it's not going to be cold.

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