Spring weather could show up by the weekend

DMI makes a cautiously optimistic forecast

March looks set to come in a bit wet and wintry, but the end of the week could actually be springlike and offer – dare we say it – the possibility of double-digit temperatures.

“Things look better by the end of the week, but we will see some wet days and possibly some melting slow and sleet at the beginning,” Lars Henriksen, the duty officer at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), told Ekstra Bladet.

“Monday will see continuous precipitation early in the day, and that could show up as snow and sleet in some places.”

Sunday, warming Sunday
Temperatures will be about five or six degrees in the daytime and hover at around zero at night as the week progresses and some areas, especially along the coast, could see some high winds.

The weekend holds the possibility of warmer temperatures and more stable air, with Sunday actually holding the possibility of daytime temps above 10 degrees.

“But let’s wait and see,” said Henriksen.