Denmark set for year’s first taste of spring

Things were grey and drab on Friday, but true spring-like conditions could be just days away. But what we all want to know is, how long will it stay?

Denmark set for year's first taste of spring
Sunday is looking like the day to head out to the closest park. Photo: Colourbox
Meteorology institute DMI said Friday that double-digit temperatures await winter-weary Danes this weekend, with temperatures reaching as high as 13C on Sunday.
Friday’s wet and dreary weather will give way to a dry and sunny Saturday, but Sunday should be where the real treasure lies. 
“As things look now, the warm weather will culminate on Sunday, but the start of next week also looks very spring-like with good chances for both sunshine and daytime temperatures around 10 degrees,” DMI’s prognosis read. 
Whether you can leave your coats hanging in the closet Sunday depends largely on where you are in Denmark.
“Temperatures will be up between 8-13C, but along the coasts with onshore winds it will only be around 5C,” DMI predicted. 
Although Sunday and into Monday should provide a welcome respite, DMI cautioned that spring likely hasn’t fully sprung just yet. 
Midweek temps should hover between 5-10C and looking into the later half of next week and the following weekend, DMI would only say that “it is certain to get warmer, but uncertain how much sun will come”. 
To put it another way, make sure you get out and enjoy this Sunday. 
Dreary Friday in Frederiksberg
It was downright dreary when The Local was in Frederiksberg Friday morning – let's hope the gloom and doom is nearing an end. Photo: The Local

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