The weather outside is soggy and grey

Unfortunately, our prayers for a white Christmas were not answered by the weather gods.

Those of you still keeping your fingers crossed for a white Christmas may as well relax them now – there’s to be no Christmas miracle this year.

DMI reports that the weather this week will be less ‘winter wonderland’ and more ‘soggy and grey’.

Christmas eve will be cloudy with widespread rain from the west and the temperature will range from 4 to 7 degrees. Meanwhile, wind conditions (blowing in from the southwest and west) will range from fresh breezes to gale force winds, depending on which part of the country you find yourself in.

Christmas day is no better – there will be little to no sun and light showers in several areas – especially northern Jutland. The temperature during the day will range from 6 to 8 degrees, and will fall anywhere from 4 to 7 degrees after sunset.

On Saturday, the weather in most parts of the country is expected to be cloudy with light rain and breezes blowing in from the east and southwest. Temperatures are expected to rise as high as 10 degrees.





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