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Summer will come back the first weeks of September

After rain comes the sun… and the latest updated weather forecast for the first autumn month of September looks really great, you might even get another dip in the “warm” Danish sea – it is still around 18 to 19 degrees Celsius, which is warm for Vikings.

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By Bente D. Knudsen

It will start on 2 September, luckily a Sunday, when a high-pressure system builds up, bringing us a late summer feel with temperatures of 22 to 23 degrees Celsius,  even up to 25 locally, which can then be called a real summer day.

For September this is not unusual as we also in September 2016 had some great warm days. Of course, there can still be days with clouds or even showers, however, in general the first 10 days of September will be those typical Danish days – when the sun shines drop what you had in mind and go outside to enjoy it.

From week 37 the high-pressure systems will get weaker, and the second half of September will bring more normal Danish autumn weather.

Temperatures will be between 15 and 19 degrees Celsius with the usual alternations between dry weather and showers.

The rain may be more heavy than usual, with an increased risk of heavy and torrential rainfalls locally due to the warm seas surrounding Denmark this year after the long warm summer.