The Forest Research Institute informs about the fire risk on Sunday in Polish forests. Most of the country is at the highest fire risk. It is most dangerous in the north, east and partly in the center of Poland.
Warm and sunny weather on Sunday encourages you to spend your free time in the bosom of nature. If you are going on a trip to the forest, do not forget about the basic safety rules. The Forest Research Institute informs about a high fire risk in forest areas in many parts of the country.
Fire hazard in Poland
According to the IBL map published on Sunday afternoon, the highest risk of fire outbreak is in the following provinces: Pomeranian, warmińsko-mazurskie, Podlaskie and Lublinin most provinces Kuyavian-Pomeranian and mazowieckieand partly in the West Pomeranian, Greater Poland, Lodz, Silesian, Świętokrzyskie and Subcarpathian.
In the rest of Poland, with the exception of the western part of the province. West Pomeranian and the western and southern parts of the province. Lower Silesian, fire risk is medium.
The region of the Kłodzko poviat and the southern areas of Silesia, Małopolska and Podkarpacie are not covered by the fire hazard forecast.
How fire risk is measured
The fire hazard forecast is made in 60 forecast zones based on measurements of pine litter moisture, relative air humidity and precipitation, and determines the possibility of a fire on the day it is made. Meteorological measurements are carried out twice a day in several places in each zone. The forecast is made by the State Forests in the period of fire risk – from 1 March to 30 September.
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