There is crazy weather and then there is Danish weather.
Right now, reports TV2, it is a sweltering 28.8 degrees in Brandelev in South Zealand on a day when plus-30 temperatures are forecast in most of South-Eastern Denmark.
But at Holsterbro in North-West Jutland it is only 17.1 degrees due to the cooling effects of the rainfall.
Some parts of Jutland have already experienced over 30 mm of rain today.
Could start already at 4 p.m
According to the forecasts, the heavy rain will hit eastern Denmark over the second half of Monday.
According to yr.no, the capital region will be vulnerable to potential cloudbursts from 18:00 tonight. TV2 reports that the rain could start as early as 4 p.m.
The rain will cool the country down considerably to the extent that temperatures will be up to 10 degrees cooler tomorrow.
Temperatures will then be around 20 degrees in the capital region for the rest of the week.
Vingegaard will be honored all over the capital on Wednesday
More details have been published about the itinerary of Tour de France winner Jonas Vingegaard, who is scheduled to land at Copenhagen Airport on Wednesday morning. The Municipality of Copenhagen has confirmed that he will be driven in an open car from the airport around noon with a view to arriving at the City Hall at 1:00 p.m. He will then enjoy the traditional pancakes before being introduced to the public at around 1:45 p.m. Later, around 4 p.m., Vingegaard is joined by several other Danish cyclists in Tivoli and is presented to the public.
Islands Brygge Harbor Bath turns 20 years old
Islands Brygge Havnebad celebrated its 20th birthday on 18 July. Badene was the first such swimming zone to open in Copenhagen Harbor in this century, and many more have followed since. Now considered a leading seaside resort, the swimming areas are popular with locals and tourists alike. Until the 1950s it was possible to bathe in the harbour, but the last place closed in 1954 due to pollution from heavy industry.
Divers find discarded cash
Divers found several thousand kroner in a Christianshavn channel yesterday. A suspect, pursued by police along the promenade, disposed of the money in the hope that it would escape detection. Divers from Hovedstadens Beredskab were then recruited to find the money.
Sunday filming at Christiania… it’s not a movie
Three shots were fired on Pusher Street in Christiania shootings yesterday, but no one was hit, according to Copenhagen Police. The area was cordoned off, but the police have so far been unable to determine what happened.
Source: The Nordic Page