to enjoy the sun and the heat of the day on Tuesday. For already in the evening begins the situation to change.
According to duty meteorologist at DMI Henning Gisselø, then there's plenty of sunshine in the day.
- There comes the sun over the whole country. Right now there is some high clouds over the Jutland, but I think that the promises. So we get the sun here this morning and most of the day. In the southwestern part of the country, however, clouds before the sun goes down. The clouds will spread into southern jutland and Fyn.
Temperatures will range between 8-13 degrees. It will be warmest in southern Jutland, informs Henning Gisselø.
the Wind coming from the east, and this means that it will be colder at the east-facing shores. The wind is smooth to the tough and the temperatures here will be in the 6-9 degrees.
According to the weatherman it's as good as safe, that it starts to rain in the evening.
the Rain coming in over the Jutland peninsula, and will spread to the eastern part of the country. We can also expect a little rain in Copenhagen, says Henning Gisselø.
Wednesday will be marked by rain all over the country. Thursday come rain and Friday it will count in especially the southwestern part of the country.
- Saturday, we get again the sun to see. Here the temperature will be at the 10-15 degrees. Because of the east wind will be colder at the east-facing coasts, says the DMI-the weatherman.
Denmark has the past 20-30 years have seen a rise in temperature, which is twice as high as in the rest of the earth.
according to new figures from the climate research centre Climatic Research Unit and Hadley Centre in England (HadCRUT4), writes TV2.
In the past 30 years, the global temperature has increased by 0,43 degrees.
In Denmark, it has risen with the whole 1,02 ° c, which is 0,59 degrees more than in the rest of the world and thus twice as high.
the Increase is even more extreme, if you look at the last 20 years.
Since 1999 is the temperature in Denmark has increased by 1.2 degrees against 0,52 degrees in the entire world.
2018 ended up being the næstvarmeste year in the history of Denmark, only surpassed by the year 2010.
at the same time have 13 of the 20 warmest years in Denmark has been in this century.
In Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Canada experienced a temperature increase that is twice as high as in the rest of the world.
In Sweden, the temperature increased by 1.7 degrees celsius since 1860, while in Norway has increased by 1.3 degrees.
In Canada, the temperature increased by 1.7 degrees just since 1948.
On Svalbard, the temperature is even increased by 5.6 degrees over the past 50 years.
The violent rise in temperature, according to a canadian report get a variety of consequences in the form of rising sea levels, floods, heat waves and an increased number of forest fires, writes TV2.