the Carpenters can turn out to be extra evil from 1. January. DMI heralds namely, the storm surge in several parts of Denmark.
Especially in the areas around the Odense Fjord and Roskilde Fjord, one must be aware from 1. January. It informs the duty officer meteorologist at DMI Klaus Larsen.
- The elevated water level starts in Odense and Roskilde and is spreading to the south. On Tuesday evening at the 21 time, we expect an elevated level of the water in Odense Fjord and Roskilde Fjord at 1,30 metres, he says to Ekstra Bladet.
According to Klaus Larsen will vindpresset be constant, why Wednesday 2. January can expect that the water level rises up to 1.50 metres in Odense Fjord.
- That there will be a storm there will be completely safe, inform the weatherman.
And it is not only the areas around Odense and Roskilde, you need to be extra aware.
on Wednesday morning, there will be increased water level in Juelsminde and Horsens area and down through the little belt area to the south of the island of Fyn, Langeland and Lolland. We expect an elevated water level of about 1.50 meters, informs Klaus Larsen.
Due to the deep water in the great belt area, the forecasts are not quite so stark. It is expected that according to Klaus Larsen an elevated water level of 1.30 metres.
the Weatherman stresses that, although the water level around the Odense Fjord, little belt area and the southern part of the island of Funen will rise up against the one and a half metres, are not necessarily the areas that will be hardest hit.
- It all depends on the local circumstances, points out meterologen.
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On the island of Møn fought in nytårsdagene in 2017 with the storm surge. Here, in front of a Net-store. Photo: Per Rasmussen
It is reported, moreover, that the DMI in the morning morning will make new forecasts, which will take into account the current water level. The interim forecasts, however, according to Klaus Larsen reliable.
- I will say that we are located within 20 centimetres of security, he says and elaborates:
- There is every reason to take precautions now and be prepared to get some water.
Klaus Larsen says that the elevated water level caused by a low pressure, which enters the northern part of the Mellemskandinavien and moves against the Baltic states.
- This gives at first a fierce wind to stiff breeze from the west, which blows a lot of water into the Skagerrak and the northern part of the Kattegat, explains Klaus Larsen.
He explains that lavtrykket and the fierce wind 1. January makes that the water will be pressed down against the Sealand, Funen and the archipelago.
- firstly, There is lower water levels and more narrow. It is clear that if you are pushing a large amount of water together in a small area, it will have to increase in height, completes the Klaus Larsen.
According to DMI, the limit for general stormflodsvarsling in the inland waters of 1.25 metres.