Despite the outstanding weather in which Denmark has basked for most of May, the heat is predicted to be turned up even more, at least for the next few days.
Over 25 degrees and as much as 30 degrees Celsius in some areas is forecast by the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI).
“A heatwave is characterised by more than three days in a row with temperatures over 25 degrees. We have already had one or two in May, and now it looks like we will have one in the next few days,” DMI’s Klaus Larsen told Politiken.
Water temperatures on the coast are expected to approach 20 degrees, making the weather suitable for bathing and the beach this weekend, according to the report.
But some rain is expected to put a slight dampener on the end of the month, which has otherwise been mostly dry.