Copenhagen, much like Denmark at large, is notorious for being a place where you can experience four seasons in a day, so the weather can be quite unpredictable. However, Denmark has with it four seasons which vary quite a bit from one another, even though you might get a taste of it all at once.
- Spring, which lasts from March to May, starts off cold but warms over the months and tends to be the driest season in Denmark.
- Summer, which lasts from June to August, is the warmest season with temperatures varying from 18-30 degrees til late August and early September.
- Fall, which lasts from September to November, is characterized by being particularly windy and rainy.
- Winter, which lasts from December to February, is where Copenhagen gets the coldest (2 degrees celcius on average) and the days get the shortest (only 7 hours of daylight a day in December).