IMGW warns of thunderstorms with hail, during which up to 25 liters of rain per square meter may fall. Forecasters issued first-level alerts in provinces located in the south of the country. There is also a threat forecast.
IMGW alerts – thunderstorms with hail
First degree IMGW alerts against thunderstorms with hail are in force in the following voivodeships:
– Silesianexcluding north-eastern poviats;
– Lower Silesiain the south-eastern counties.
Thunderstorms are forecast, which in some places will be accompanied by rainfall up to 20 liters of water per square meter, up to 25 liters per square meter in places. Wind gusts can reach up to 70 kilometers per hour. Hail will also appear in places.
The warnings will be valid from 2pm to 11pm on Friday.
IMGW threat forecast for Friday
On Friday, another yellow alert for thunderstorms with hail may appear in the following provinces: Świętokrzyskie, Lesser Polandand Subcarpathian (in western counties).
IMGW threat forecast for Monday
No dangerous weather events are forecast for Saturday and Sunday. On Monday, thunderstorms with hail are possible again in several regions. Level 1 alerts may apply in the following provinces: mazowieckie, Lodz, Świętokrzyskie, Lublin, Subcarpathian, Lesser Poland and Silesian.
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.
What is the IMGW threat forecast
The threat forecast is indicative weather forecastserving to inform the public early about the possibility of a dangerous meteorological phenomenon.
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