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DMI: It's going to feel like 10 to 15 degrees below zero

If you are not already wrapped up in hat and gloves, when you step out the front door, so it might be a good idea to do it now. According to DMI's latest månedsprognose goes the danes a cold time in the meeting.

At the beginning of the next week we come according to DMI not to notice the big difference, but the further along in week four, it's going to feel really cold.

- There are signs that we shall have the wind around the eastern corner, where the may gradually increase up to the fierce wind. At the same time we sent the cold Russian air masses over the country, and therefore comes dagtemperaturen to lie around the freezing point. We combine the two things, so it's going to feel like down to 10-15 degrees below zero, says Steen Hermansen, who is the meteorologist at DMI.

As it looks now, expect DMI to the colder air currents to Denmark on Wednesday or Thursday of next week.

- It is some windy and cold days in the middle of the week.

Forecasts also suggest that there are some days formed sleet and snow showers over the sea areas, which draws into the country.

- If we need to identify some particularly vulnerable areas that will receive snow showers from the sea, so it is typically Bornholm, Lolland-Falster and southern Zealand, but also Denmark, northeastern jutland, northern funen and north Zealand, says the weatherman.

DMI expects to snebygerne will slow down the end of the week.

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