While the eastern part of Denmark the last few days have had summery weather with plenty of sunshine and relatively high temperatures, has the west not been as fortunate asked.
And on Friday, it again out to the country is torn in two - this time in even more pronounced degree.
Thus, DMI has issued a warning of torrential rain and thunder for the western Jutland, while in the rest of Jutland with the exception of eastern Jutland and the island of north Jutland as well as on the majority of Fyn is a risk of the same weather.
- There are never any guarantees when it comes to torrential rain, but we think that the risk is greatest in western Jutland, which is why we've upgraded to a warning, says Jesper Eriksen, duty meteorologist at DMI, to Ekstra Bladet.
He says, that there can be very large local fluctuations in how much rain falls.
- It is going to be just like a pot of boiling water. That comes air bubbles in several places, but there are also local any places that drop. So it can be everything from a local flush to smådryp or almost dry, he says.
While it is immediately seems to be the worst of the far west, the, release the rest of the country, not necessarily for rain.
We are quite sure that it keeps dry on the island of Bornholm. And then there's also a big chance that it keeps dry in the north of Zealand and in most of northern Jutland, " says Jesper Eriksen.
on Friday morning, it rains over most of the island of Fyn, and it is according to the weatherman difficult to predict whether or not the rest of the country, the release bursts, or whether there is actual rain.
- It will be a good mix of rain and bursts, he says.
According to DMI's warning is that from about 12 o'clock, the westernmost Jutland, receives the visit of the fierce weather, and the notice goes right up to the bell 19.
In the northern and eastern part of the country it will clear up in the course of the evening and afternoon, while there still may fall, some dripping to the west.
the Temperature will range between 18 and 23 degrees, where it is køligst to the west.
Locally, maybe we can get up to 25 in northern Jutland, " says Jesper Eriksen.