DMI heralds elevated water levels along the west Coast

DMI alerts, to it Until Wednesday night will remain windy with gusts up to gale force. This means that there are several places along the west coast will be ele

DMI heralds elevated water levels along the west Coast

DMI alerts, to it Until Wednesday night will remain windy with gusts up to gale force. This means that there are several places along the west coast will be ele

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
11 February 2020 Tuesday 20:00
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DMI heralds elevated water levels along the west Coast

DMI alerts, to it Until Wednesday night will remain windy with gusts up to gale force. This means that there are several places along the west coast will be elevated water levels until Thursday night.

- There are several waves of wadden sea and all the way up to the entrance to the Limfjord, but it is only the Limfjord, which has been hit hard, says duty officer at DMI for the Extra Magazine.

- It has blown very from a westerly direction, and it means a lot of water being pressed into the Limfjord. Eventually there will be well filled up, and it looks as though, it still may rise a little.

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the DMI has announced the Limfjord to the 'Category 3', which means 'very dangerous weather'.

Residents around the Limfjord, it is recommended to follow the advice.

In Løgstør, helps the municipality homeowners with sandbags, and you've set up højvandssikring along the harbour to keep floodwaters away.

Updated: 11.02.2020 20:00
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