Snowstorm to dump up to 20cm on region

The national weather service has issued a winter weather advisory for tomorrow — Expect cold, snow and gusty winds starting tonight and continuing throughout the day tomorrow

National weather service DMI has issued a winter weather advisory starting this evening and continuing into tomorrow. 

A cold front moving in from the west will bring with it snowfalls of between 10 and 25cm accompanied by gusting winds. 

DMI warns that drifting snow can cause whiteout conditions and make roads impassable.

Snow accumulations are predicted to be highest in northern Jutland and the Zealand area. Greater Copenhagen will see around 17cm.

Although temperatures will fall to -12 C tonight, daytime highs tomorrow will rise to around 0 C. Temperatures will fall again fall below zero during the day tomorrow. Temperatures are forecast to remain freezing through Friday.

Keep your eyes on cphpost.dk and our Facebook page for the most important updates about the storm.

Limited daily weather forecasts are available on the website of the Danish Meteorological Institute

Send us your account of the storm and any pictures of the wintery weather to snow@cphpost.dk.





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