A warm and wonderful week with lots of sun lies ahead
A high-pressure system brings sun and warm dry days to all of Denmark during the Pentecost bank holiday.
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By Bente D. Knudsen
May ends on a warm note and the warmth will last until the beginning of June. The reason is a high-pressure system over the British Iles which moves north east towards Scandinavia DMI announces.
Thursday and Friday will be dry with a great deal of sun and temperatures between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius with winds from the northwest, night-time temperatures will drop to 3 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Saturday will be the warmest day as temperatures will rise to 23 degrees Celsius – warmest in Jutland and somewhat cooler along the Baltic Sea coastline (Østersøen), winds will be light from the northeast and night temperatures between 7 and 12 degrees Celsius.
Sunday, Monday and Tuesday it will be dry and sunny in most places, temperatures will be between 15 and 22 degrees Celsius, winds will pick up along the Østersø coastline blowing from the northeast, so look for westbound coastlines for your bank holiday beach excursions.
The weather forecast is pretty sure until beginning of next week DMI announces, after that different models disagree as to whether the high pressure will remain and thus the sunny and warm weather or if it will be pushed further northeast allowing the west wind and more unstable weather to come back.
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