Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday there will more places be elevated sea levels at the Danish coasts. It writes the DMI.
In the area around the western part of the Limfjord has been issued a category 3 warning, which the DMI describes as very dangerous weather. There is a notice on the elevated water level, which is expected between 1.4 and 1.8 meters above the normal vanstand.
- the Wind keeps on until Wednesday, and it sends more and more water into the Limfjord. It provides a great deal of extra water inside the Fjord. It looks the worst out Wednesday morning until the wind subsides. So begins the water to seep out again, says vagtchef Klaus Larsen.
the water level is expected first to slow down late Wednesday or overnight into Thursday.
It will be a windy day with the fresh breeze to gale from southwest and west, and with strong gusts. There come in bursts in many places, perhaps with hail and the temp. about 6 degrees. The wind allows the elevated water level in connection with the high tide, see more on https://t.co/EBNQApbz3H pic.twitter.com/HksYCoEhOm— DMI (@dmidk) February 10, 2020
DMI writes further that the strong wind combined with elevated water levels can result in major coastal flooding and significant damage to the building and kystsikringer.
On the Wadden sea and the shores of the skaggerak sea is issued in a category 2 heralds, which is defined as the dangerous weather of the DMI. The water level is expected to rise to between 3.0 and 3.5 metres above normal sea level in the Wadden sea.
Massaging and wind and high water at the Port of Hvide Sande. Photo: Christer Holte
On the shores of the skaggerak coast is expected the water level to rise to between 1.3 and 1.5 meters above the normal vanstand. DMI advises the public to travel and reside in the endangered coastal areas.
Category 2 weather means one must be extra alert when you move out of the affected coastal areas.
For the rest of Denmark's shores heralds the DMI category 1 weather, where the water level will also be above normal.
The strongest wind gusts of the whirlwind that hit Denmark on Sunday 9. February and on the night of Monday, were all measured in jutland municipalities. At the top of the list is the Municipality of Kolding, where there was measured 36,4 m/s.
In the Way the Municipality was measured 34.9 m/s, while in Haderslev and Vejle Municipality were measured 34.6 and 32.6 m/s. Varde, denmark, round out the list of measured wind speed at 32.1 m/s.
White True Photo: Christer Nolte
The preliminary report for the Monday. February 10, shows that it is in the north, where the wind is stronger. Hjørring, Frederikshavn and Jammerbugt municipality has measured the strongest gust for the day with a strength of over 25 m/s.
The powerful storm has led to toppled trees across the country, wobbly scaffolding and fallen roof tiles. There is not reported on something about the injured persons.