A good night to celebrate

The warmest year in history will end with above normal temperatures

Temperatures at this time of year should be hovering just around the freezing point. One to two degrees above zero during the day and a bit below at night. With some places on Funen and in Jutland already reporting temperatures of seven and eight degrees, the year’s record warmth looks set to continue.

No rain is in the forecast and the sun may peek through in some places. A warm westerly wind promises to keep temperatures at around five degrees throughout the night, making it perfect for New Year’s festivities and fireworks.

READ MORE: 2014 set to be warmest year on record

Most of the remaining snow should melt during the day and there could be some fog in a few spots over night.