End of summer? Rain and wind on the menu

Sunshine and clear skies seem behind us as the days turn wet and wild

As the end of August draws nigh and summer slowly transitions into autumn, the weather looks intent on reflecting that.

According to the national weather forecaster DMI, the weather will begin to feature more rain, wind and cooler temperatures.

With the change in weather comes a greater risk of cloudbursts in parts of Denmark, and the wind is expected to be particularly fierce in coastal areas.

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See you in September 
Temperatures are expected to hover around 15-20 degrees during the day and drop to as low as 8 degrees at night.

There was some good news from DMI at least. 

It forecasts that September will start off as drier, sunnier and warmer.