IMWM warns – dense fog in part of Poland is a threat. In places, visibility can be significantly impaired. In addition to first-degree warnings, the weather forecasters also issued a threat forecast for the following days.
The synoptics of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management issued meteorological warnings.
IMGW alerts – dense fog
First stage alarms against dense fogs are in force in the provinces:
– Lesser Poland, in the following poviats: Tatra, Nowy Targ, Suski, Myślenice, Limanowski, Nowosądecki, Nowy Sącz and Gorlice;
– Silesian, excluding poviats located in the south;
– Łódź Province, in the following poviats: Rawa, Tomaszów, Opoczno, Piotrków, Piotrków Trybunalski, Bełchatów, Radomsko, Pajęczno;
– Mazowieckie, in southern counties;
– Lublin, in south-western counties.
In the voiv. Podkarpackie and Małopolskie, the warnings will be valid until 8 am on Wednesday. In other regions, they will expire an hour later.
Dense fogs are projected within the range of which visibility may be in places from 50 to 200 meters.
IMGW threat forecast for Thursday
First degree alerts against high winds may appear on Thursday in provinces West Pomeranian Voivodeship and Pomeranian.
The first degree strong wind warning assumes the possibility of an average wind speed of 70-72 kilometers per hour or gusts of 65-90 km / h.
IMGW threat forecast for Friday
It can also blow very strongly on Friday. Warnings against this threat may be issued in the following voivodships: West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Pomeranian, Warmia-Masuria Province, Podlasie.
The first degree alert against high winds assumes the possibility of an average wind speed of 70-72 km / h or gusts of 65-90 km / h.
IMGW threat forecast for Saturday
On Saturday, weather forecasters plan to issue first degree alerts against strong gusts of wind in the voivodeship West Pomeranian Voivodeship.
First degree strong wind warnings assume the possibility of an average wind speed of 70-72 km / h or gusts of 65-90 km / h.
What is the IMWM threat forecast
According to the definition of the Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, a hazard forecast is an indicative weather forecast, used to inform the public early about the possibility of a dangerous meteorological phenomenon.
What is the first degree weather warning
IMGW warning The first degree provides for the conditions conducive to the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena that may cause material losses 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 hazard, 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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