What’s the weather like in Copenhagen in March?
There could be some light snow at the beginning of the month, but the Copenhagen weather in March sees much more sunshine and slightly higher temperatures than winter. It’s the start of spring but the air will still feel cold at times.
The Danish capital city’s found in the east of the country, by the Oresund Strait on the islands of Zealand and Amager. The Baltic Sea’s to the south and because Copenhagen’s flat and low, the cold sea breeze can move inland and bring temperatures down in winter and spring.
You’ll still need plenty of layers and a waterproof jacket because the weather in Copenhagen in March reaches highs of just 5°C. The average low’s 0°C and in the evenings, it’ll often drop a few degrees below freezing. The sunshine hours increase to four each day, which makes being outside more comfortable, with 12 hours of daylight. The wind speed’s moderate and the UV index is very low, like it is most of the year. You can expect about 15 days to be effected by rain and the showers to average 40mm for the month. The sea temperature’s around 1°C.