The coming weekend will be relatively mild for the time of year, says meteorologist Mette Wagner from DMI.
Grey. So short it can, according to meteorologist at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) Mette Wagner said, when she is asked to give his views on the weather at the weekend.
- Friday, we start with an frontpassage, passing through the country. It will say that it gives a lot of rain here in the morning and morning hours.
- So it will be a grey, wet and misty affair here from the morning, says Mette Wagner early on Friday morning.
Temperatures Friday will be between five and nine degrees.
the Wind will be weak to smooth around the southeast. In the northern regions and on the island of Bornholm may wind supported up to hard, but it wears off in the course of the day.
- It is the entire country that get rain, and then there comes gradually clearing from the south, she says.
Mette Wagner adds, that the sun could even look forward in the South - and southern Jutland, central Jutland and in the southern part of Jutland. Betvole
- however, It will most likely be something like the veil the sun, she points out.
on the Night of Saturday, come again some rain showers over the country especially in the midwest.
- We can actually beat the Saturday and Sunday together, for they resemble each other. In the large and whole one can say that it will be a gray weekend with clouds, but relatively dry, says the weatherman.
Both Saturday and Sunday will the temperatures be between five and nine degrees.
- It is relatively mild for the season. We are approaching the december. In the past there at this here time of year been snow on the ground, and now, we keep ourselves in spite of everything up of about nine degrees, says Mette Wagner.
on the Night of Friday struck the autumn of 2019 holds the record as the wettest autumn ever, since the DMI started to measure in 1874.
It is record from 1967 327 millimeters during september, October and november, which has now been released, confirms Mette Wagner early on Friday morning.
/ritzau/Date Of Update: 22 November 2019, 21:56