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The Danish weather is regulated by the country's position on the edge of the continent of Europe close to large sea areas. Denmark weather is temperate in nature. The mildness of Denmark weather usually is largely checked by the westerly winds and also by the fact that the country is largely surrounded by water. There is a good deal of wind in Denmark which remains strongest in the winter and weakest in the summer. The location of Denmark results in cool summers with a mean temperature of around 16 o C. The February is the coldest month, having mean temperature of 0°C, while July is the warmest month with17°C temperature.

In the light summer months of June to August, the average daytime temperature soars up to 19ºC. A large amount of rain fall can be noticed throughout the year in Denmark. September, October and November are the months which experience the greatest rainfall in a year. The lowest rainfall occurs in February and April.



In Denmark , little variation between day and night temperatures can be noticed. But sometimes sudden changes in wind direction cause considerable day-to-day temperature changes in the weather of Denmark . In Denmark only slight temperature differences from place to place can be noticed. In winter, the lowest temperatures can be found in areas detached from the sea. In summer, the highest average temperatures can be seen in southern Zealand and Lolland-Falster. The areas near the coastline experience slighter differences in temperature between summer and winter season on account of the equating effect of the sea.