There is a possibility that we will have the first summer day of the year.
The vast majority of Danes can enjoy the Pentecostal heat throughout the country – and with a temperature level that we have not experienced before.
It happened on Saturday when the temperature in Esbjerg rose to 22.8 degrees.
However, that temperature was only allowed to hold the title as the hottest day of the year for one day before the thermometer at DMI’s weather station at Frederiksberg in Copenhagen Pentecost measured 23.5 degrees.
Possibility for summer day 2nd Pentecost
However, that temperature will also only be allowed to remain as the year’s highest for one day yet.
Already on the 2nd Pentecost, the air mass over Denmark will be a bit warmer, and this will manifest in higher temperatures during the day. It is likely that the temperature in several places in Jutland and over parts of Zealand can rise to 24 degrees.