Residents at the Roskilde Fjord and the Isefjord know eventually the procedure, when it comes to elevated water levels.
the Area along the coast are often flooded, when a strong weather hit Denmark, and the forecast from DMI says that the water level will increase again Monday morning.
- We expect that the water level comes up about 110 and 145 centimeters on Monday in the late morning, says vagtchef at DMI Henning Gisselø to Ekstra Bladet.
It will be the third time in the new year that the Roskilde area being put under pressure due to increased water level.
Earlier on Saturday predicted DMI on the gusts of gale force, which will hit the west coast on Sunday.
Community - 12. jan. 2019 - at. 08:44 DMI heralds severe weather
- It all comes out of that we have a pretty powerful low pressure, which in the morning travels from Norway down to Denmark.
- The strong wind comes on Sunday night, and so it will continue to blow until Monday noon, where our notice belongs up again. The wind also makes that we will have increased the level of water in the Isefjord and Roskilde fjord, says Henning Gisselø.
The fierce weather can be hazardous for persons located in the areas, and therefore calls on the Henning Gisselø to take care of themselves.
- It is always dangerous when the wind is blowing so hard. You risk to get everything possible in the head, and the trees can topple over.
- high water levels it can give some problems, if you live close to the coastline. If you do not do it, so should in general just stay away from coastal areas. Common sense is always good, he says.
the Authorities are ready after the notice of the new elevated water level on Monday in the Roskilde Fjord and the Isefjord #politidk https://t.co/6npYggX812— Middle-Vestsj. Police (@MVSJPoliti) January 12, 2019
the water level will be elevated above the DMI's varslingsgrænse from early Monday and the rest of the day.
- In the course of Tuesday morning it will really slow down with the water level, says Henning Gisselø.
The fierce weather comes then mainly to hit the west coast and the fjords around Roskilde, but also the rest of the country will be able to notice the weather conditions.
- It's also going to blow the rest of the country, but not so much that we send a notice out in the first place, says Henning Gisselø.