Today could offer up the first summer’s day

Temperatures poised to reach around 23 degrees in Copenhagen, according to national weather forecaster DMI

If you thought yesterday was a nice day, today looks to be even better.

Early this morning, temperatures nationwide have already been in double figures and some parts of the country could see 25 degrees during the day – signalling the first summer day of the year.

According to the national weather forecaster, DMI, Copenhagen is set to see temperatures reach 23 degrees this afternoon. 

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A return to rain
Enjoy it while you can, because the good weather isn’t expected to last long.

Tomorrow is supposed to be good – sunny, with temperatures reaching around 20 degrees – but then things take a turn for the worse.

From Wednesday to Friday, the temperature will drop to 10-15 degrees and the sunshine will be replaced with clouds and rain.