Snow, storm, and high water levels: Violent weather heading towards Aalborg
“Oh, the weather outside is frightful but the fire is so delightful,” one is almost tempted to sing when reading the latest weather forecasts for the upcoming week leading to Christmas Eve.
The week before Christmas could indeed be very intense, and it may culminate in actual snowfall on Christmas Eve itself.
This is reported by TV2 Weather.
Elevated water levels in Limfjorden
The two major weather models are becoming more and more consistent in their outlook for the coming week.
The latest forecasts indicate that from Thursday evening into Friday night, we could experience gusts of wind up to hurricane force.
This has also led the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) to issue a warning of elevated water levels in Limfjorden from Friday at 00:00 to Saturday at 00:00.
But it gets even wilder.
It’s going to be completely crazy
Because there might actually be snow on Christmas Eve.
We don’t usually complain about that during Christmas, but when you combine it with strong winds, it could be quite intense.
In one weather model, it’s Norway that gets the snow, and in the other, it’s Denmark and thus Northern Jutland.
“It’s a wild weather week we have in store. Storms, hurricane-force gusts, and maybe even a white Christmas – it’s totally crazy,” Peter Tanev from TV2 Weather says.
The weather is expected to impact traffic, but it’s still too early to say definitively how bad it will be.
DMI is expected to provide an update on the weather situation during Tuesday.
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