‘Fickle’ would be one way to describe the summer so far, but those of you who haven't left Denmark for hotter southern locales can look forward to pleasant summer days ahead, including a hot Friday and a warm and dry weekend.
According to meteorology institute DMI, Thursday will be mostly dry and sunny, with a high pressure front and clouds moving in from the west over the course of the day.
Temperatures are expected to reach up to 22C in some places with nighttime lows falling to 7C.
Friday is looking much the same, but will be cloudier later in the day with chances of short-lived showers and thunder in some areas as a warm front moves in from the south and southeast. Temps could sneak up to 24C.
The rains are (thankfully) expected to pass before the weekend however, as Saturday and Sunday will be warm and slightly overcast, with highs of 20-23C.
'Staycationers' can expect similar conditions into the early part of next week – assuming the Danish weather doesn't have another one of its notorious mood swings.