Sunny weekend that will end a bit frostily

It may get sunny in most parts of the country, but expect frost on Monday night

The chances of getting a few hours in the sun are high this weekend with temperatures set to rise to between seven and ten degrees, according to the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).

Saturday may start out with a few showers, especially in western Jutland, before it clears up during the day. Sunday will be very similar with sun in most parts of the country.

Below zero
Temperatures will plunge on Monday night to two or three degrees on the wrong side of zero. It will get warmer the following day with proper spring-time temperatures up to 12 degrees.





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