That means beach visits and dips in the harbour are once again on the table as the summer weather continues.
Beautiful – and dry – weather is predicted by the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).
A low pressure front that passed over the country late on Thursday and early on Friday is already headed north towards Sweden, DMI's Mette Wagner said.
Clouds that hung over the country on Friday will therefore not be returning later in the weekend.
“It looks like being a warm Friday. Temperature will creep up towards 27 degrees. It will be warmest on Zealand, while the west coast of Jutland will feel a cooler westerly wind,” Wagner said.
“On Saturday the heat will be turned down a little. Temperatures will be around 23 degrees in the east and a little cooler in the west,” the meteorologist added.
But summer temperatures will return on Sunday with 27 degrees forecast in most of the country, Wagner added.
Dry weather is expected to continue after the weekend, but a potential spell with showers could begin later next week.
Godmorgen 😃— DMI (@dmidk) July 13, 2018
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