Saturday was Denmark’s hottest day yet – but colder weather now on the way

The weekend started off on a very good note, depending on whether or not you remembered to bring your sunscreen with you.

Saturday was the year’s hottest day yet, with a high of 29 degrees Celsius recorded just outside Kolding, while temperatures in Zealand rose to 28.

However, DMI now warns that colder weather is on the way.

Short-lived heatwave
“It will go in the other direction now,” meteorologist Frank Nielsen told Metroxpress.

“It was the hottest day on Saturday– but Sunday was not as hot. I can’t say whether or not the high temperatures will return, but it won’t be right away.”

DMI estimates that temperatures will fall to between 15 and 20 degrees in the capital region on Monday. Meanwhile, the west coast will experience the warmest weather, with temperatures climbing to 25 degrees.

According to BT, the weather in the capital region will get warmer as the week progresses and temperatures will reach a maximum of 22 degrees Celsius – however, the skies will remain cloudy and some rain is expected on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.