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Danish Meteorological Institute Issues Warnings for ‘Very Dangerous Weather’ and Gale-Force Gusts

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The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) has issued a warning in category 3 – “very dangerous weather” in connection with strong winds expected to cause elevated water levels in the southern Danish waters on Friday and Saturday.

DMI’s warning for elevated water levels applies to the southeast Zealand coast, Lolland-Falster coast, the South Funen Archipelago, and the southern Little Belt. In the worst-case scenario, DMI expects water levels to rise up to 2 meters above normal.

Gale-force gusts

Additionally, DMI has issued a warning in category 1 – “Severe weather” for the municipalities of Mariagerfjord, Randers, Norddjurs, Syddjurs, Aarhus, Odder, Horsens, Hedensted, Samsø, Læsø, Sønderborg, Odsherred, Kalundborg, Stevns, Faxe, Næstved, Guldborgsund, Lolland, Vordingborg, Svendborg, Langeland, Ærø, and Bornholm.

Here, DMI expects a strong gale with wind speeds of 20-23 m/s from the east, with gusts of storm force at 25-28 m/s.

You can follow the current weather situation and warnings at (english warnings here).


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