IMWM forecasters issued orange alerts for strong winds. Check where the weather will pose a threat to life and health.
The Institute of Meteorology and Water Management issued second-degree meteorological warnings on a three-level, increasing scale.
IMWM alerts of the second degree – strong wind
Forecasters have issued orange alerts for strong winds. Warnings apply in the following voivodeships:
– Silesianin the following counties: Cieszyn, Bielsko, Bielsko-Biala, Żywiec, where it will be dangerous until 8 on Sunday;
– Lesser Polandin the following counties: Wadowice, Sucha, Myślenice, Limanowa, Nowy Sącz, Nowy Sącz, Gorlice, Nowy Targ, Tatra. The alerts will expire at 1 p.m. on Sunday;
– Podkarpackiein the following counties: Jasło, Krosno, loom, Sanok, Lesko, Bieszczady. The warnings will be in force from 11 p.m. on Saturday until 15 on Sunday.
Strong southerly winds with an average speed of up to 40 kilometers per hour and gusts of up to 90 km/h are forecast from the south.
What is the IMWM first degree meteorological warning?
The first level warning provides for conditions conducive to the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena that may cause material losses and pose a threat to health and life. Conducting business in conditions of exposure to these factors is difficult and dangerous. Expect difficulties resulting from carrying out activities in the hazardous area, including delays caused by traffic disruptions, disruptions to outdoor events or the possibility of their cancellation. Caution is recommended, the need to follow messages and developments in the weather situation.
What is the second degree IMWM meteorological warning?
The second level warning predicts the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena causing significant material losses and a threat to health and life. Dangerous phenomena or the effects of their occurrence significantly limit business activity. Expect disruptions to your daily functioning. Great caution is recommended, it is necessary to monitor the weather forecasts and developments. Follow all recommendations issued by emergency services in the event of an emergency. Adjust your plans to weather conditions.
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