What the f…: Denmark breaks crazy weather record

by Nathalia Hentze Nielsen

Rain, rain – and more rain.

Have you also felt that we’ve had a lot of rain over the past year?

Well, statistics actually back up your claim. With this weekend’s rain, we’ve broken a Danish weather record, according to TV2 Vejret.

“Since July 2023, there has been 1086.3 millimeters of precipitation. This is the wettest 12-month period in Danish weather history since measurements began in 1874,” TV2 Vejret writes.

We’re only halfway through June, which has already been quite wet. Therefore, the record is likely to rise even higher.

Some summer weather on the way

This week, we can expect some better weather according to DMI.

The week starts mildly with both sun and showers. The showers will especially hit the central, eastern, and northern parts of Jutland, where they can become quite heavy and accompanied by thunderstorms in the afternoon.

Temperatures will reach between 15 and 20 degrees Celsius, with winds being light to moderate.

Towards the end of the week, it looks like we can look forward to some nearly summer-like days.

Here, the sun will shine brightly and it will stay dry. Temperatures will climb, so by Friday we’ll see between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius.

So, if you miss the more summery weather, there’s something to look forward to this week.

As for the weather next weekend, when we celebrate Sankt Hans, it’s still too early to predict.

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