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Parts of Jutland risk a heat wave this week

In several areas in southern and southwestern Jutland, temperatures can become so high that a heat wave lasting several days can occur.

In southern and southwestern Jutland, there will be a need to pull on the sun hat and turn out the parasol in the coming days.

With temperatures as high as 28 to 30 degrees, it is likely that areas in municipalities such as Herning, Billund, Esbjerg and Haderslev will be hit by a definite heat wave at the end of the week. This is stated by DMI in a warning of severe weather.

“From Thursday noon until Sunday evening, there is a risk of a regional heat wave in southern and southwestern Jutland,” DMI writes on its website.

However, it is not only in the named areas of Jutland that it will be a hot week. DMI reports temperatures of between 24 and 28 degrees in most of the country between Thursday and Sunday. The temperature rise is due to a warm front that passes Denmark, while a high pressure builds up over the Baltic Sea and the Baltics, writes DMI.

This is a heat wave when the average of the highest measured temperatures over three days exceeds 28 degrees.

In addition to Herning, Billund, Esbjerg and Haderslev, Ringkøbing-Skjern, Varde, Vejen, Tønder and Aabenraa also risk being hit by the heat wave.

Source: jyllands-posten.dk

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