Winter in Denmark

Winter in Denmark is very cold, but not because of strong frosts as such, but because of the high level of relative humidity and squally westerly winds. At this time of year dominated by cloudy, rainy weather. And on days when there is no precipitation, the sky is covered with dense white clouds, which break through the sun’s rays rarely works. Barely starting to get light quite late – at about 09:30 and getting dark at 16:30.

The average temperature for the season ranges from -5 to +4 °C. The highest temperatures in the Faroe Islands in the North Atlantic ocean. Then in February, the coldest month of the year, during the day the temperature doesn’t fall below +6 °C. Winter in Denmark with little snow, so if snow falls, it settles in no more than 2-3 weeks, and after melting at once. The rare snowfalls that happen in the country, regarded by the Danes as a real disaster.