Varmebølgen is definitely over, and now tipping it down over Copenhagen and north Zealand.
Earlier in the day began a little rain to pull into the southern part of the Jutland peninsula, and they are then taken to the now and is therefore now taken to, so that the DMI meteorologist called it 'heavy showers'.
Within the past hour, most of nødbøren the fall, says Klaus Larsen, DMI shortly after at 14.
- It is Copenhagen and north Zealand, which is the hardest hit, but there are more on the way from the south.
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In Elsinore, DMI has measured the whole 21 millimetres at a time, while Hillsboro has scored eight millimeters and on the city hall square in Copenhagen, where the video at the top of the article is filmed, there is the country four millimeters.
How to define a cloudburst
According to the DMI is a cloudburst, a rain, where there is less than a half an hour fall at least 15 millimeters of rain.
Typically, the total amount of rain during a torrential rain, however, substantially larger and have in recent years been increasing. The strongest annual shower of rain will, therefore, in the day - unlike previous years - throw in an average of more than 100 millimeters of rain in one or several locations.
Likewise, the temperatures dropped from 22-23 degrees celsius to 19 degrees, when the rain came.
According to Klaus Larsen comes today's rain to continue in the coming hours, and until it performs up to the west, but we need to look far for the hot summer days that characterized the week until now.