Dry, sunny weather predicted for the winter break

No snow or rain predicted for at least a fortnight

Spring is definitely on the way if the weather is anything to go by this winter break.

While the week will get off to a gusty start, the strong winds that dominated over the weekend will eventually die down, allowing temperatures to climb between 4 and 8 degrees on Tuesday.

Blues skies ahead
And then over the course of the week, it looks set to be dry with sunny periods and less cloud than usual.

And while next week's weather is expected to be somewhat cooler, DMI is once again predicting mainly dry weather.

“You can slowly start to dream of spring,” DMI meteorologist Olaf Mathiassen told Ekstra Bladet.

 





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