this Year's winter has been, historically, a mild, report, Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute. With more temperaturrekord and unusual snöfattighet, the water had risen – in some parts a bit.
It tells the story hydrologen, Niclas Hjerdt.
the man looked at the lake Vänern, in the last year, from January to december, the water level rose to 75 cm. Each of the feet of a lake Vänern water level is approximately equivalent to the household's annual water use. There is an extreme amount of water, " he said.
the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute, has been out of the eleven weather in the West of England. Among other things, is in Varberg has been particularly badly affected.
" in the Flow, the lower the säve river is a solid class 2, while the flow rate of the summers are warm to the upper parts start to fall off the hook. The trend in the forecast is that the flow rate will continue to decline. Now, it is a relatively dry and cold for a few days, and there is an explanation for the fact that the precipitation in the Tuesday, has not had a greater impact on water resources, " says Niclas Hjerdt.
high water has been a problem for weeks at a time. The photo was taken after hurricane Dennis, in the recent past.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON Hydrologen: ”very rare”
When the snow is not affected, volume of water, in the same way as when it is raining, " says Niclas Hjerdt.
" Will it snow, it melts eventually, but it takes a lot of slowing down to get it out of the water, than if it had been filled out in the rain immediately, and it slows down everything.
Niclas Hjerdt, has been a hydrologist dropped in 14 years, and how rare it is nederbördsrekord in the winter.
" This is an extremely rare, warm and mild in winter. It has been a part of the record of the southern region and the western Region where they have never measured a higher levels of precipitation in February. An unusually wet and warm winter.
He explains that there is a natural variation in temperature from year to year. However, you will see a trend toward warmer winters, in general.
" Even if it's jumping up and down from year to year, so that we can see that there is a clear trend. The more frequent warm winters. It was a very, very rare for a number of years ago, is becoming more and more common. The coldest temperatures will come, not now, " says Niclas Hjerdt.
high water has been a problem for weeks at a time. The photo was taken after hurricane Dennis.Photo by: < / b>: HENRIK JANSSON to local Municipalities to coordinate
the Emergency services to be affected a lot of the rain effects on lakes and rivers.
" It's a co-ordination of municipalities in between, due to the high flow rates. Right now, there is no rescue, but they are working in each local authority to prepare and support an individual affected water bodies, " says michael Nyqvist, räddningschef in response to the emergency Storgöteborg.
He has worked for 20 years in the emergency services, and states that although there is a problem, it is not critical.
" flows are High, we are regularly in our waters, but there will be a number of serious. It is many years since we have had it with serious flow and it is awesome! In many places, it is a serious, but not critical, " says Nyqvist.
TV: Drönarbilderna of the storm, Dennis förödelseSe the images after the storm, DennisSMHI:warnings for the west of Sweden
, the river Lagan and facing Skålån.
the säve river, downstream of Mjörn
Upperudsälven downstream of the Lennartsfors.
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the class="icon icon--circle"> , the Ditches and the small streams in the Western part of Götaland, Jönköping, Halland and Kronoberg counties.
(tel aviv to the upper part.
Rolfsån the lower reaches.
the säve river upstream of the Mjörn
The reason for the above warnings are a long-term precipitation, in combination with all the lakes, and a lot of water in the soil.
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Updated Date: 26 February 2020, 12:00