The city of Copenhagen enjoys temperate climate meaning that the city has a predictable weather pattern in that it enjoys mild winters and warm Danish summer weather. The climate of the city is regulated by the Atlantic Gulf Stream during the winter period which always ensures that the temperatures don’t get too low and at night the temperatures stay over or around 0°C. In Copenhagen city, Denmark, it is very common to receive rainfall at any time of the year although the grey and cloudy skies appear more likely during the winter when over-night frosts and snow are a possibility between the months of January and February.
In Copenhagen, the winter season is usually coldest during the month of February and during this month; the average temperatures during the day time never exceed 2°C. By the month of April, the spring season is already started and there is plenty of light and the temperatures quickly reach a high of 12°C and can go even higher. This kind of climate makes the city of Copenhagen a very popular spot to visit during that time of the year. During this time of the year, the streets of Copenhagen are relatively quiet, the weather is very favorable and its marks the beginning of the famous tourist season in Denmark.
The city of Copenhagen experiences its hottest period during the month of July. The temperatures during the month of July can reach a maximum of 30°C and a low of 20°C on the coolest days. The summer climate generally experiences relatively high temperatures but go reach very high levels during the day. This city experiences very long daytime hours because the sun rises very early and can be as early as 6:00am during the month of July and during this month is when one can experience the famous Danish heat wave. Many public spaces and hotels have not installed any air conditioners making some of the hotels very uncomfortable during this period. The rainy weather experienced in Copenhagen is the typical weather that is experienced in most of the northern parts of Europe and it is evenly spread throughout the year.