IMWM issued first degree warnings. Weather forecasters predict that there will be storms in parts of the country on Wednesday. Check where it can be dangerous.
Synoptics of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management issued first degree IMWM alerts.
IMGW alerts – hail storms
First degree warnings before storms with hail issued for voivodships:
– Warmia-Masuria Province;
– West Pomeranian Voivodeship for western counties;
– Greater Poland for northern counties;
– Masovian for northern counties.
Thunderstorms are forecasted in some places with heavy rainfall of up to 25 liters per square meter and wind gusts of up to 75 kilometers per hour. Hail may occur in places.
In Eastern Poland, alerts will come into force at 8 a.m., and in other counties – at 11. Alerts will expire at 21.
IMWM threat forecast – hail storms
IMWM forecasters predict that storms may also appear in part of the country on Wednesday evening and at night. Level 1 warnings may be in force in voivodships:
– West Pomeranian Voivodeship in western counties;
– Greater Poland in northern counties;
– Mazowieckie in northern counties.
The alert means that there may be rainfall of 20 to 30 l / sq m, 40 l / sq m locally. or wind speeds up to 70-90 km / h. Alerts can be issued until Thursday 7.30 am.
What is a Threat Forecast
The risk forecast is indicative weather forecastto inform the public early about the possible occurrence of a dangerous meteorological phenomenon.
What is the first degree meteorological warning from the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management
The first level warning provides for conditions conducive to the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena that may cause material damage and threat to health and life. Conducting activities in conditions of exposure to these factors is difficult and dangerous. Expect difficulties resulting from carrying out activities in the area of risk, including delays caused by road traffic obstructions, disruptions in the course of outdoor events or the possibility of their cancellation. Caution recommended, need to follow news and weather developments.
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