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Denmark getting ready to receive one month's of rain in a few hours - More weather conundrum

Wednesday, 22 May 2013
The inhabitants of Jutland, Funen and West and South Zealand, Lolland and Falster can look forward to heavy rain towards midnight, while in North Jutland is at risk of heavy rain, new Danish met office weather forecast for the country reports.
According to metrologies who presented to Danish television a few hours ago, there is the expectation of heavy rains to wash the country soon.

"We have announced heavy rain, which means more than 24 mm. And we expect that in the predicted, areas the rains can get up to 40-50 or even up to 60 mm. It is expected to be pretty much." Danish Met office thus is calling on the people to keep abreast of weather conditions in their areas.
The alerts are called orange on a scale from yellow to red, which means, "potentially dangerous and unusual weather expected. Pay close attention and keep you informed of weather conditions."
"Average rainfall for May is 48 mm. And some places in Funen and Jutland, they have already received 30 mm. today, so it is quite large amounts of rainfall, we expect," says Lars Henriksen.
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