IMWM meteorological warnings against heat remain in force. Part of the country was subject to alerts of the third, highest degree. Many provinces are also within reach of the orange alert.
Synoptics of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management issued third, second and first degree meteorological warnings.
Third degree IMGW alerts – heat
The third, highest level IMGW alerts were issued for the following voivodeships:
– Greater Polandoutside the Koło district;
– West Pomeranian Voivodeshipfor southern counties;
– Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeshipfor western poviats;
– Lower Silesiafor northern counties;
– Silesianfor the poviats: Kłobuck, Lubliniec, Gliwice and Racibórz.
The maximum temperature on Tuesday and Thursday will be from 30 degrees Celsius to 34 degrees C, on Wednesday from 33 degrees C to 36 degrees C. The minimum temperature at night will be from 16 degrees C to 19 degrees C, only at night from Wednesday on Thursday from 19 degrees C to 22 degrees C.
The alerts will be valid until 8 p.m. on Thursday.
Second degree IMGW alerts – heat
Second level IMGW alerts were issued for the following voivodeships:
– West Pomeranian Voivodeshipexcept for northern poviats and covered by third-degree warnings;
– Pomeranianwith the exception of poviats: Puck, GdyniaSopot, Gdańsk, Nowy Dwór, Malbork, Sztum;
– Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeshipexcept for poviats covered by third-degree warnings;
– Masovianexcept for the north-eastern part of the voivodeship;
– Silesianwith the exception of poviats with third and first degree warnings;
– Lesser Polandwith the exception of the Nowy Targ and Tatra poviats;
– Podkarpackiewith the exception of poviats: Krosno, loomSanok, Lesko, Bieszczady;
– Lublinexcept for the eastern counties.
The maximum temperature during the day can reach from 30 degrees C to 34 degrees C, in some places on Saturday to 35 degrees C. At night, thermometers will show from 15 degrees C to 18 degrees C, only at night from Wednesday to Thursday from 18 degrees C to 21 degrees C.
Warnings in West Pomerania, Pomerania, Kujawy, Lower Silesia, the Łódź region and the Opole region are valid from 12 on Tuesday and will expire at 20 on Thursday. In Warmia and Masuria, the warnings took effect at 15 on Tuesday and will expire on Friday at 20. In other regions, they will enter into force at 12 on Wednesday and will expire at 20 on Saturday.
First degree IMGW alerts – heat
The lowest level alerts were issued for voivodeships:
– Lower Silesiafor the counties of Kłodzko and Ząbkowicki;
– Silesianfor the counties of Cieszyn and Żywiec.
– Lesser Polandfor the Nowy Targ County;
– Podkarpackiefor the following poviats: Krosno, Krosno, Sanok, Lesko and Bieszczady.
The maximum temperature during the day in Lower Silesia will be from 30 degrees C to 32 degrees C, and the minimum temperature at night may be from 15 degrees C to 17 degrees C. There, the warnings are valid from 12 on Tuesday and will expire at 20 on Thursday.
In other voivodeships, the thermometers will show from 29 degrees C to 32 degrees C during the day, and from 12 degrees C to 16 degrees C at night. Alerts will be valid until 12 on Wednesday until 20 on Saturday.
What is the third degree meteorological warning from the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management
The third degree meteorological warning provides for the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena causing very large damage or damage of the size of a catastrophe and a threat to life in a large area. Dangerous phenomena will make it impossible to conduct business. Extreme caution is recommended, the need for frequent monitoring of news and weather developments.
What is the IMWM second degree meteorological warning?
The second level warning provides for the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena causing high material losses and a threat to health and life. Dangerous phenomena or the effects of their occurrence severely limit the activity. Expect disruptions in your daily activities. Great caution is recommended, the need to follow news and weather developments. Follow all instructions issued by emergency services in an emergency. Adapt your plans to the weather conditions.
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 property damage and a 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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