DMI about the wettest autumn ever: the Record is totally clear

Autumn 2019 beats the record for the wettest autumn ever, with over 20 millimeters. Rekordvådt year is approaching. The last weekend in november has been cool

DMI about the wettest autumn ever: the Record is totally clear

Autumn 2019 beats the record for the wettest autumn ever, with over 20 millimeters. Rekordvådt year is approaching.

The last weekend in november has been cool but sunny.

Just the sun has been a rare guest in the country, since the past few months, for the most part have bid on the gray and rainy weather.

According to the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) have the autumn has been the wettest ever, and the record is not to be mistaken. DMI did Friday figure.

In 1967, we were up on the 327 millimeters during september, October and november. It is the latest record, but in the year we are up to 348 millimeters.

- This is a record of more than 20 millimeters, so it is totally clear, you can say, saith the duty meteorologist Steen Rasmussen.

The huge amounts of rainfall in recent months means that there is not much to beat the record from 1999 to 905 millimeters and thus holds the record as the wettest year ever.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 12:00

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