The elevated water level, as was announced on the night of Wednesday, has apparently not given the big problems in the night.
It shows the first reports on Wednesday morning from the police and the DMI.
One of the places where it was feared that it could go wrong, was around the island of funen and Odense.
Vagtchef at Funen Police Torben Jakobsen discloses an Extra Blade early Wednesday morning, that the increased water levels have not triggered a police effort.
- No, we have not experienced any problems during the night, and now the water level has begun to fall. Preparedness have been able to handle the matter without police action, says vagtchefen.
Chefvagt of Preparedness Funen Knud-Otto Vestergaard says to Ekstra Bladet:
- It has gone according to plan. We have been able to cities and ports free of water. However, there has been a lot of wind and heavy sea spray. There have only been two requests from citizens. We expect soon to be able to join in Nyborg.
do not Sydsjællands and Lolland-Falster police have experienced problems in the course of the night.
Forecasts from DMI showed that there could be problems on the island of Lolland, and at Karrebæksminde. But we have not been approached about the elevated water level. People have also had sandsækkene clear in relation to the recent flooding, says vagtchef Ole Hald.
According to duty meteorologist at DMI, Jesper Eriksen was the night 'topspringer' Odense.
- Here reaching a water level of 1.50 m complete as we predicted. In most places, the water is now falling. In a few places the topper that early Wednesday morning. In Roskilde Fjord rises the water level enough to about 1,30 meter, says the weatherman for the Extra Magazine.
At DMI downgraded to Tuesday evening, the expectations for stormfloden. So figured with that there would be talk about 'elevated water levels.'