The sharp blow - and the rain that has characterised Denmark for quite some time, does not release preliminary its roof in the country.
The coming week will be so fickle, still extremely windy and with mild temperatures.
It tells Martin Lindberg, duty meteorologist at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI, ed.), early on Monday morning.
- We get gale force winds - and in fact, up to fierce gales - almost every day this week. There are also very many bursts, says the weatherman.
The intense rain, that on the night of Monday has blocked several roads in Jutland, continues a little longer.
In the course of Mondays being bygerne, however, less strong, and in the southeastern part of the country, one can hope for no solar.
It will be mild and between five and eight degrees.
Particularly in the western part of Jutland continues the strong wind with gusts up to gale force in several places.
- however, We have seen the worst of Sunday's rain, says Martin Lindberg, who says that a notice of elevated water levels in the Limfjord will apply until Tuesday evening.
In the course of Monday afternoon and into the evening decreases the wind.
But bygerne will continue on Tuesday, where the individual sites can be with the sleet. The temperatures stick to the mild.
on Wednesday, waiting for a small bright spot, when you in the north can count with no sun. However, this may not be immediately in the south, where bygerne will.
the Wind settles quite a bit on Wednesday, and in the course of the day is expected to slow down and be low to medium in most places in the country.
on the Night of Thursday will be the only one in this week with night frosts, tells Martin Lindberg.
- We are actually in a period of time with the right cold air. But when the wind blows so strongly in from the North sea, it becomes actually to be hot. Therefore, it becomes colder when the wind settles, he explains.
Thursday to a front again pass Denmark from the southwest, so after a dry start to the day it begins to rain. Once again, standing in the fresh breeze to gale force winds.
And Friday follows according to DMI less the same recipe, as it begins to dry with little or no sun, then the rain takes to.
Martin Lindberg explains that many of the bursts is because Denmark is in a fairly strong flow of air from the west.
Vejrtypen looks not really out to change until march, joins the DMI.