IMGW has issued storm warnings. The phenomena will be accompanied by strong winds blowing at speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour. A city will also spawn locally. There are also heat alerts.
IMWM forecasters issued second and first degree meteorological warnings.
IMGW alerts of the second degree – thunderstorms with hail
Second level thunderstorm hail alerts, which are marked in orange, have been issued in the following provinces:
– Greater Polandin Koło and Turki counties;
– West Pomeranian(except the poviats: Szczecinek, Sławno, Gryfice, Kamień, Świnoujście);
– Kuyavian-Pomeranian(excluding Tuchola and Sępólno counties);
– Świętokrzyskiein the Końskie district;
– mazowieckiein western poviats;
– Lower Silesiain the counties: Kłodzko, WroclawWrocław, Oleśnica, Trzebnica;
– Lesser Poland(excluding Tatrzański and Nowy Targ poviats);
– Silesianin eastern poviats;
– Opolein poviats: Opolskie, OpoleOleski, Kluczbork.
Thunderstorms are observed and forecasted, which in places will be accompanied by heavy rainfall with a total of 25-40 liters of water per square meter, locally as a result of the culmination of precipitation from successively passing over the area of storm cells up to 55 l / sq m. The wind will gust up to 80 kilometers per hour. Hail will appear in places.
Alerts will be valid until 22 on Friday.
IMGW alerts of the second degree – heat
Second degree heat warnings are in force in the following provinces: Pomeranian (in south-eastern counties), Greater Poland, mazowieckie, lubelskie, Lubuskie, Kuyavian-Pomeranian, warmińsko-mazurskie (except north-western poviats), Podlaskie, Lodz, Opole, Subcarpathian, Silesia, Lesser Poland (except southern poviats), Lower Silesia (except southern poviats), Świętokrzyskie.
The maximum temperature during the day will be 29-33 degrees Celsius, and the minimum temperature at night – 18-20 degrees Celsius. 18 or 19 on Sunday.
IMGW alerts of the first degree – thunderstorms with hail
Thunderstorm alerts are also in effect for most parts of the country. They were issued for the following provinces:
– West Pomeranian(where secondary alarms do not apply);
– Greater Poland, (in all counties except those with second level alerts);
– Kuyavian-Pomeranian, in the counties of Tuchola and Sępólno;
– Lower Silesia(in all poviats except those with second degree alarms);
– Opole(in all poviats except those with second degree alarms);
– Silesian(where secondary alarms do not apply);
– of Lodz(where second stage alarms do not apply)
– Lesser Polandin the Tatrzański and Nowy Targ poviats;
– Świętokrzyskie(outside Końskie poviat)
– mazowieckiein the south and in the center of the voivodship;
– warmińsko-mazurskiein western counties.
Thunderstorms are forecast in some places, accompanied by heavy rainfall from 20 to 35 l/sq m. and wind gusts up to 80 km/h. Hail may occur in places. Due to the dynamic situation, the level of warning may be raised to a higher one.
Alerts will be in effect at 22 on Friday.
What is the second degree IMGW meteorological warning
The first degree warning predicts the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena causing large material losses and a threat to health and life. Dangerous phenomena or the effects of their occurrence strongly limit the conduct of business. Expect disruptions in daily functioning. Great caution is recommended, the need to follow messages and the development of the weather situation. Follow all instructions issued by the emergency services in an emergency. Adapt your plans to weather conditions.
What is the first degree IMGW meteorological warning
The first degree warning provides for conditions conducive to the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena that may cause material damage and threat to health and life. Running a business in conditions of exposure to these factors is difficult and dangerous. Expect difficulties resulting from activities in the area where the threat occurs, including delays caused by traffic obstructions, disruptions in the course of outdoor events or the possibility of their cancellation. Caution recommended, the need to follow messages and weather developments.
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