There is a risk of heavy rain and thunderstorms in several places in the country in the course of Saturdays. It tells the DMI.
It is more powerful composite bursts over Germany, and from the Fehmarn, which is moving toward the northwest.
- It seems to reach Sønderborg about a little over an hour's time. It will probably give a lot of rain, said duty meteorologist at DMI, Martin Lindberg, shortly before at nine o'clock Saturday morning.
Bygerne live, however not more than 1-2-3 hours before they die out. Then there will be new showers from Germany and the Baltic sea up over the southern part of the country around the great belt, Langeland and over the island of Funen
They will hit Denmark from about 11-time and above and may reach the eastern part of Jutland around Aarhus late in the afternoon, according to the weatherman.
- There can the be a part the thunder in the here bursts, says Martin Lindberg, who, with a look at the forecasts says, that there is great risk that the local may fall between 20 and 30 mm of precipitation in half an hour. A regular cloudburst is, when it falls more than 15 mm of precipitation in half an hour.
the DMI has heralded the risk of local heavy rain and thunderstorms in a large part of central Denmark and writes on their website that one must be 'aware that the low-lying areas such as basements, roadways and viaducts can flood'.
According to forecasts, it seems that Copenhagen will get bad weather conditions.
- It seems that it comes more to the east than Roskilde, says Martin Lindberg.
the Temperatures will be between 18 and 23 degrees, locally maybe 25 degrees, a little cooler by the Baltic sea and on the island of Bornholm.
Sunday looks like it opholdsvejr in the whole country, with dry and sunny weather in most places with temperatures between 20 and 24 degrees.