The Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMGW) issued hydrological warnings. The highest level of hydrological alert was issued for one of the catchments in the Lubelskie Voivodship. Second stage alarms also apply.
Institute of Meteorology and Water Management (IMGW) issued Level 3 and Level 2 hydrological warnings on a three-level ascending scale.
IMGW hydrological warnings of the third degree
The third, highest degree hydrological alert against high water with exceeding alert levels was issued in the voivodship Lublin, on the Krzna catchment. According to IMGW, a further increase in the water level above the alarm level is forecast in Krzno in Malowa Góra.
As the forecasters point out, the warning will be in force until 9 am on Saturday, however, in the event of significant changes in the time or course of the phenomenon, it may change.
IMGW hydrological warnings of the second degree
Orange flood warnings with warning levels exceeded are in force in the following voivodeships:
– Lublin, on the section of the Bug from the mouth of the Uherka to Krzyczew. Here, a further increase in the water level in the zone of high water levels is expected, in the Krzyczew profile, above the warning level;
– Greater Poland and Lower Silesia, on the catchment area of Orla, Barycz without Orla and Polski Rów, and on the section of Barycz from Polska Woda to the mouth of the Oder River. Water levels in the Barycz catchment will remain in the zone above the warning levels, and in Korzeńsk on Orla above the alert level;
– Lower Silesia, on the Widawa section from Namysłów to the mouth of the Oder river. Water levels on the Widawa River downstream from Sprzedażowa will remain in the zone above the warning levels, with the possibility of slight increases in the estuary section of the Widawa River.
In the Lublin region, the alerts will be in force until Friday at 10. In other regions, they will expire on Saturday at 10:00 AM. 12.
What is a 3rd stage hydrological alarm
Level 3 warning means that “water levels (observed or forecast) are in the zone above the alert levels”.
What is a second stage hydrological alarm
A second degree warning means that “water levels (observed or forecast) are in a zone above the warning levels, but below the alert levels”.
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