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Sunnier weather ahead for Denmark

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Sunnier weather ahead for Denmark
No, not November - that's July in Denmark. Photo: Colourbox
12:22 CEST+02:00
All that rain over the past week has probably left some people wondering whether they should start building an Ark, but conditions are thankfully going to get a bit more sunny and dry starting from Friday.

A powerful low-pressure system has left Denmark drenched over the past week, but according to the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) the grey clouds appear to finally be moving on – albeit slowly.

“A low-pressure system over northern Jutland will slowly move towards the east and northeast. The low-pressure system is accompanied by considerable showers. On Thursday, the low-pressure system will begin to move northeast and will be replaced by a high-pressure system over northern Europe this weekend,” DMI wrote on its website.

We will finally begin to see a bit more sunshine starting from Thursday, but not much; DMI predicts that it will be overcast with some showers, strong western winds and temperatures topping out around 15-18C.

According to the institute, Friday morning will also be slightly overcast with a chance of rain, followed by a good chance of being sunny in most parts of the country later in the day, with highs of 15-18C.

The weekend weather is looking far better than the previous one at least, with some sun expected on Saturday and only a few showers around the country, with temperatures up to 17-20C. The weather is expected to improve further on Sunday, with highs between 18-23C and only a slight chance of rain.

We can also look forward to drier weather and higher temperatures in the upcoming week, according to DMI's preliminary forecast.

Let's hope they're right.

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