According to DMI, there will be more rain in the coming days, and thus can 2019 be the wettest year since 1874.
With 905 millimeters is nedbørsrekorden in Denmark from 1999 to now equalled.
Thus missing only a millimeter, before that 2019 will be the wettest year since 1874, when the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) started its measurements.
- Today's officer in charge of the weatherman promises more rain the next few days, so I wonder if the record comes in the house, write the DMI on Twitter.
Earlier in the year, DMI tell that autumn had been the wettest in all the time you have registered rainfall around the country.
In this year's september, October and november, it reached to figure out the entire 348 millimeters. It was more than the previous record from 1967 327 millimeters.
Already in connection with the announcement of the rekordvåde autumn heralded the DMI, that there could be views to the wettest full year since 1874.
- Assessment is that we probably can get close to the record, and perhaps also of the said Steen Rasmussen, duty meteorologist at DMI.
It is not only nedbøret, which has been unusual in the course of this year.
the Summer of this year was thus the niendevarmeste since 1874. It was mainly due to a very warm period at the end of august.
According to the DMI was the average temperature in the summer in the year of 16.8 degrees.
It was not quite enough to match the rekordvarme average temperature of 17,7 degrees, that was in the summer of 2018 and the summer of 1997.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 25 December 2019, 13:00