Tomorrow may be a good day to work at home – especially if you live in northern Jutland, as high winds and heavy snowfall will most likely cause a blizzard in the region.
In Aalborg, the snowfall is expected e.g. to start around 17.00 on Monday evening, but the wind strength will be modest until 10:00 am tomorrow morning, after which it peaks at 10 meters/second, remaining strong until the end of the afternoon.
DMI has therefore issued a blizzard warning for both North and Central Jutland, where up to 40 cm of snow can fall when it subsides at midnight.
Capital Region: very windy, but with how much snow?
As things stand, North Jutland will suffer the worst of the weather because it will most likely lie smack dab in the middle of a low pressure path coming in from the North Sea.
But should the low pressure penetrate to the south, it could potentially bring the blizzard to Zealand, and possibly even the Capital Region, where wind speeds are expected to hit 12 m/s at 2 p.m. and a combination of snow, sleet and rain is forecast for the whole day – up to 10 cm.
“It is still too early to say how violent it will be and whether it will be a regular snowstorm. But it is absolutely certain that there will be some snow, and it will be quite wintry,” said DR’s weather expert Louise Gade.
Source: The Nordic Page