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Baltic Sea

Forecast surge in Baltic (Jan 2015)

eSurge Live event, initiated 6/1/15 in response to a surge predicted for 10/1/15 by the Danish surge model (ocean.dmi.dk/forecast), as shown in the images below.

Forecast surge in North Sea (Jan-15)

eSurge Live event, initiated 6/1/15 in response to a surge predicted for 10/1/15 by the Danish surge model (ocean.dmi.dk/forecast), as shown in the images below.

Winter storm Britta (2006)

Winter storm Britta was a major storm in the North sea during early November 2006, affecting countries around the North and Baltic seas. It caused a surge record in Delfzijl, Netherlands, and a 100-year event in the Southern Kattegat.

Meteorological history.

Winter Storm Gudrun (2005)

Winter storm Gudrun, also known as winter storm Erwin, was one of the most damaging European storms. It caused a significant surge, including a new high level record in several places in the Baltic sea.

Meteorological history.

Westerly storm in Denmark (2004)

Unnamed westerly storm causing a significant surge over Denmark. See DMI's website for more details (only in Danish).

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Meteorological history.

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Storm surge and aftermath.

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Northerly storm in Denmark (2003)

Unnamed northerly storm which caused a significant surge in the Kattegat (Denmark) in December 2003. See the DMI website for further details (only in Danish).

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Meteorological history.

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Storm surge and aftermath.

Easterly storm in Denmark 2002

Unnamed easterly storm, causing significant surge in Kattegat. See the DMI website for more details (only in Danish).

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Meteorological history.

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Storm surge and aftermath.

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Westerly storm in Denmark (2002)

Unnamed westerly storm on 28th January 2002, causing a significant surge in Denmark.

Meteorological history.

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Storm surge and aftermath.

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Satellite and in-situ data.

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Links and resources.