Fingers crossed, decent weather on tap for the weekend

Shaky summer offers up at least a few good days in a row

The latest weather forecast for the next few days from the meteorologists at DMI holds the promise of warm temperatures and dry conditions.

Tomorrow will be hot, at the rest of the weekend also looks to be warm and dry.

A high pressure system is pushing today’s temperatures as high as 22C in some parts of the country, and Friday could actually be warmer as a warm front moves in.

Should continue
The front could trigger some passing showers or a thunderstorm tomorrow, but they are expected to clear out by Saturday.

The forecast calls for the weather to stay warm and sunny with a bit of overcast here and there into the first part of next week.





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