Prayers for good weather look to be answered

The spring weather this week has veered between bright sunshine and torrential downpours, often within the same hour.

However, as we head towards the bank holiday this weekend, it looks like the weather may be turning for the better.

The outlook for Store Bededay (Great Prayer Day) on Friday looks set to be sunny with highs near 20 degrees.

Things will start to clear up this week around Wednesday and continue to improve into the holiday weekend and the first half of next week, although there might be a few showers on Sunday.

Mid-20s next week
And then temperatures are expected to head into the mid-20s next week.

READ MORE: May looks to be a warm and dry month

Store Bededay is one of those Danish holidays that even Danes have a hard time explaining, but whatever the reason for its existence, enjoy the sunshine.





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