Heatwave over: cold and windy weather on the way

Pia Marsh
July 7th, 2015

This article is more than 8 years old.

After a week of sun and scorching heat, the real Danish summer returns

What goes up, must come down … Especially in the Danish summer (photo: Pixabay)

Clearly, the weather gods are looking down at us and thinking: “Alright, you’ve had your fun.”

According to DMI, the summer sun and scorching heat will be pushed to one side in the coming days, making way for wind, rain showers and cooler temperatures.

DMI asserts that temperatures will drop overnight, with moderate winds from the west and northwest.

Thursday will bring some showers and cool breezes, with temperatures around 13 to 18 degrees.

“There will be a fresh breeze from the west and northwest. However this may turn into fierce winds and localised gusts of gale-force wind throughout the evening,” DMI writes on its official website.

Friday will be mostly dry with patches of sunshine throughout the day, with temperatures hovering around 17 degrees.

Hope for the weekend
However, don’t lose faith too soon – there may still be hope for the weekend.

Saturday and Sunday will bring marginally warmer weather, with temperatures averaging 18-23 degrees.

However, it will still be partially cloudy with a weak to moderate breeze throughout the day, and there is a good chance of rain showers on Saturday evening and throughout Sunday.


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