Button has southern denmark got an overview of the damage from the recent floods, before the new waters again threaten the inner Danish waters.
DMI on Monday morning issued yet another warning about the increased water level.
the Notice applies to the northern part of the island of Funen, where in particular the Odense Fjord is at risk of flooding.
DMI warning of increased water levels: https://t.co/HsShtHFM2H pic.twitter.com/2C1b7paDUq— DMI (@dmidk) January 7, 2019
According to duty meteorologist at DMI, Klaus Larsen, it is a low pressure near the Faroe islands, the next day, passing down over Denmark, that gives problems with the floodwaters.
- Lavtrykket sends the strong winds with gales in from the west. It leads to big bodies of water being pressed into the Kattegat and the Skagerrak. When lavtrykket passing over into the island of Bornholm is facing the wind, so it comes from a northerly direction, also turns the water pressure down towards The northern coast, informs the weatherman.
In Odense Fjords expect therefore, that the water will rise to between 1.2 and 1.5 metres above normal.
- It is likely to cause problems with flooding in Odense.
According to the DMI peaker water level on the night of Wednesday, between the hours of 02.00 and 05.00.