Snow on the way for parts of Denmark tonight

Today’s bright skies will give way to clouds and snow in some areas tonight

This morning got off to a brilliant start with clear skies and sun across most of the country, but things are about to change.

Clouds are gathering in the west, and a low-pressure system will start to push against the high pressure system that has been dominating Danish weather for the past few days.

Uncertain accumulations
The clouds will move into the southeastern part of the country this evening and snow will spread across southeast Zealand, Lolland-Falster and Bornholm, with flurries also expected in the northeastern part of Jutland overnight.

Projections remain uncertain about the exact amounts of snow, but between one and five centimetres of new snow is expected.

Temperatures will continue to hover around the freezing point with light winds, mostly from the south.