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“This is the biggest thing I've ever heard of,” Lars Henriksen, a meteorologist on duty at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), told the Danish newspaper. my house.

He comments on a photo of 8.5cm wide hailstones that fell on the Danish city of Funen on Saturday.

Norwegian Jenny (32 years old) crushed everyone

Norwegian Jenny (32 years old) crushed everyone


“It's the cold you usually see in the United States or southern Germany,” he says.

– Now we have that in Denmark, and that says something about how violent our climate is today.

Record-breaking: On Saturday, record-sized hailstones fell on the Danish city of Funen. Photo: Photo: Karsten Aagaard/BT

Record-breaking: On Saturday, record-sized hailstones fell on the Danish city of Funen. Photo: Photo: Karsten Aagaard/BT
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He explains that you only see hailstones of this size when it comes to a “supercell,” a powerful thunderstorm with strong rotating and rising air motions.

Expect traffic chaos.

Expect traffic chaos.


It is the largest and most powerful type of thunderstorms. that can arise.

– There could be a bigger cold, but this is the biggest record I've ever heard.

“It's very extreme,” says meteorologist Henriksen.

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Possibility of a tornado

DMI confirms to Ritzau news agency, reported by BT, that several cloud breaks were recorded in Denmark.

When supercells occur, tornadoes can also occur.

Tornado: There is a possibility of a Danish tornado on Saturday. Photo: Danish Meteorological Institute

Tornado: There is a possibility of a Danish tornado on Saturday. Photo: Danish Meteorological Institute
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There is now a small but real possibility that a tornado could hit Denmark on Saturday.

This is what Sebastian Belt, a meteorologist in the DMI research department, wrote on Friday. X.

Roskilde Festival drowns in rain

Roskilde Festival drowns in rain


gets an adrenaline rush

The wild weather drama also makes this an exciting day at work for Danish meteorologists.

– Wild weather is giving DMI meteorologists an adrenaline rush. They wrote: We have now observed six severe thunderstorms and a hailstorm. X.

After the clouds had cleared, heavy rain fell in several places. In Emiliv in southern Jutland, 20.8 mm of rain fell in just 30 minutes, while in Harslev in Funen, 10.4 mm of rain was measured in just ten minutes.

– The weather is very bad now, DMI wrote. X He adds:

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– The wild weather continues tonight as well, so be prepared!

Meteorologists point out that the Danish island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea does, however, offer some summer weather somewhere in Denmark.

The sun is shining there and the protractor measures 25.7 degrees.

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