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New warning issued for tonight and tomorrow until 15:00

As the Danish schools start again after the summer holiday, DMI warns of dangerous weather again – with risk of heavy rain and skybrud in large parts of the country.

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By Bente D. Knudsen

It seem that this week the weather is making up for the lack of rain this summer!

A new warning has been issued of very heavy rain and torrential rainfall – in Danish skybrud.

The warning has been issued from early in the morning on the 14 August at 03:00 until the afternoon around 15:00. This means that the rain could affect the morning traffic – both on the roads, bicycle paths and the public transport.

It is quite a large area that is affected by the warning: West and South Zealand, Lolland/Falster, Funen, Copenhagen, North Zealand, South Jutland, East Jutland, Ikast-Brande, Viborg, Rebild and Mariagerfjord.

The warning of heavy rain means that between 25 and 35 mm may fall over six hours, and locally there is a risk of more than 15 mm in 30 minutes.

Heavy rain means a risk of flooding of low lying areas, water in basements and on the roads (risk of aqua planning).

Drive Safely.