Summery September looks set to continue

DMI meteorologist Klaus Larsen weighs in with his weather predictions for the next week

September has rolled around – the month of waning sun, brisk winds and falling leaves. Or is it?

After a few downpours, August went out to the trumpets of summer flowers, blue skies, sunburnt cheeks and long warm evenings.

An Indian summer in Denmark
For those hoping the Indian summer will last, there’s good news: Klaus Larsen from Danish Meteorological Institute predicts today’s warmth could continue for another week.

Temperatures today have reached 22-23 degrees Celsius across the country with “quite a lot of sun”, although Bornholm and some coastal areas have experienced slightly cooler conditions.

How long will it last?
“We might well get a small temperature dip at the weekend, but nothing major,” predicted Larsen.

“There is a low pressure front out west, which may push away the high-pressure zone responsible for this good weather at the beginning of next week. But the more readings we receive the more it looks as though it’ll stay away. So, best case, we’re looking at another week of dry weather and sunshine.”