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Well it sort of contradicts their own byvejr forecast.

But now I'm happy about staying in Darup Idrætscenter aka Volunteers Camp aka restricted camping.
This card shows where it is bad to stay

http://mudderkort.niras.dk/
Todays tabloid update.

Ekstrabladet talks about Bikini and warm weather from Tuesday but admits that its pure guessing so far into the future.

BT talks about rain and that 7 curse.

The DMI Byvejr is very good until Thursday but the rain on Friday and Saturday doesn't seem that bad.
But it looks to be hot from Tuesday (25 degres) and with hot weather it sometimes also mean a rain shower or 2.
Martin Horn Pedersen wrote: This card shows where it is bad to stay

http://mudderkort.niras.dk/


Thank you Martin!
Should I bring Wellington boots? Don't want to overpack, is it possible to buy them at the festival?
flaghunter wrote: Should I bring Wellington boots? Don't want to overpack, is it possible to buy them at the festival?

I would definitely bring a pair of wellies as it looks now. They might be heavy to bring along, but fill them out with socks and underwear and they won't take up too much space.
In 2007, it took me three days of mud before I got a pair. That is, I had to settle for a size 41 when I'm size 44. My toes looked extra, extra terrible for months
I think it's wise to bring wellies. If it starts to rain a lot there will be a sudden increase in demand and getting the right size and a reasonable price can become defficult. At least that's what happened in 2007.
Right now http://vejr.tv2.dk/vejr/roskilde-2614481 predicts 59.3 mm. rain Thursday......but I don't believe it.

The rain record for one day is Thursday 2007 with 44,6 mm.
It´s looking really cold now... I want the yesterday´s forecast back.
Wallu wrote: It´s looking really cold now... I want the yesterday´s forecast back.


I'm more worried about 59,3 mm. of rain in 1 day
ppholst wrote:
Wallu wrote: It´s looking really cold now... I want the yesterday´s forecast back.


I'm more worried about 59,3 mm. of rain in 1 day


It doesn´t sound that severe in the other weather services. About 10mm in yr.no and about the same in Byvejr... But I think it can swing any way...
ppholst wrote: Right now http://vejr.tv2.dk/vejr/roskilde-2614481 predicts 59.3 mm. rain Thursday......but I don't believe it.

The rain record for one day is Thursday 2007 with 44,6 mm.


That sounds more like a decimal error than something really trustworthy.

Yr.no is otherwise optimistic, predicting just about 15 mm rain between Tuesday and Wednesday and a neglible amount the other days. Can't see how 60 mm of rain fits into that picture.
https://www.yr.no/sted/Danmark/Sjælland/Roskilde/langtidsvarsel.html
Coldblooded wrote:
flaghunter wrote: Should I bring Wellington boots? Don't want to overpack, is it possible to buy them at the festival?

I would definitely bring a pair of wellies as it looks now. They might be heavy to bring along, but fill them out with socks and underwear and they won't take up too much space.

My two bottles of Fernet goes into the boots along with socks, and wrapped in this bobble-wrapping and plastic-bag, should I need to wear the wellies on the road to the festival.
ppholst wrote:
Wallu wrote: It´s looking really cold now... I want the yesterday´s forecast back.


I'm more worried about 59,3 mm. of rain in 1 day


Yr has a total 12,9 mm from tuesday midday untill wednesday morning, which seems a lot more plausible. And for now that is the only real shower they predict. So not looking all that bad. But not very warm, but I think that is better than 25-30 degrees. Then you can easily get in 2-3 hours more sleep every morning, and that can be quite the life saver :)
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