Denmark to have second warmest autumn ever
The Local · 20 Nov 2014, 10:05
Published: 20 Nov 2014 10:05 GMT+01:00
- Denmark set for a 'mild' winter (05 Nov 14)
- Denmark gets sunny end to near-record October (27 Oct 14)
- Climate change will make Denmark hotter, wetter (10 Oct 14)
Denmark uses the meteorological definition of seasons, meaning that autumn officially runs from September 1st through November 30th as opposed to beginning on the autumnal equinox and ending on the winter solstice as in some other countries.
Efteråret 2014 bliver Danmarks næstvarmeste kun overgået af 2006. 3.pladsen tilhører 1949, kulderekorden 1922. pic.twitter.com/B3jkF4dPVH— DMI (@dmidk) November 19, 2014
DMI predicts that the November’s average temperature will be 7.7C, keeping 2014 on pace to top 2007 as the hottest year in Danish recorded history.