There is issued warning of severe weather in southern Jutland, on Funen and Zealand because of the strong winds.
That will rouse well up in all the land, when a storm with strong gales and gusts of storm strength on Sunday as it moves over the land.
the First of the day is the wind culminated in the wadden sea region in Sydvestjylland. Then it moves to the east.
this was stated by The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), which has issued a warning of severe weather in the Sydvestjylland, on the island of Fyn, to the South and west zealand and the islands.
- The wind blows strongly all the way from the Wadden sea to the great belt. There is the strong wind field now, and so we are waiting for it to spread eastwards to southern Zealand, Lolland-Falster and in the end the island of Bornholm.
- It will blow vigorously four to five times the individual place. So it's all over sometime in the evening - also on the island of Bornholm, tells the duty officer meteorologist at DMI Henning Gisselø in the early afternoon on Sunday.
The fierce wind creates challenges at several places in the traffic.
Shortly after the bell 13 is of the Bridge was blocked in both directions.
This was stated by the Danish road directorate.
on Sunday morning, it was the great belt Bridge, which may discourage drivers to run with caravans, lorries and other vindfølsomme vehicles over the bridge.
in Addition to the wind is rain in large parts of the country, and in northern jutland, there is the fall of snow or sleet, informs the on-call meteorologist at DMI.
But the snow will be lying down for very long.
- So there has been a short-lived feature of the little vinterligt. But you probably should not expect that there will be snow right in many other places, says Henning Gisselø.
It is in the southern part of Denmark, that the wind is stronger. In addition to the wind, warn the DMI on the elevated water level in the Wadden sea.
Here is expected the water level to be between 2.4 and 2.8 metres above the normal level, when the water is highest at 16.30.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 15 December 2019, 13:00