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RCB alert on Sunday 26/05. RCB alert in 10 voivodeships. This is where the situation can be particularly difficult

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The RCB alert was sent to people staying in 10 voivodeships. Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are expected during the day. Experts advise to stay at home whenever possible.

“Attention! Today (26/05) there is a possibility of local storms and heavy rain and hail. If you can, stay at home. Avoid open spaces.” – RCB alert o with this content was sent on Sunday to recipients in the following voivodeships:

  • West Pomeranian Voivodeship;
  • Pomeranian;
  • Lubuskie;
  • Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship;
  • Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship – poviats: Działdowo, ElblągElbląg, Iława, Nowe Miasto;
  • Masovian Voivodeship – counties: Ciechanów, Gostynin, Mława, Płock, Płock, Płońsk, Sierpc, Żuromin;
  • Greater Poland – poviats: Koło, Złotów;
  • Łódź – poviats: Kutno;
  • Lower Silesia – counties: Bolesławiec, Dzierżoniów, Jawor, Jelenia GóraKamienna Góra, Karkonosze, Kłodzko, Lubański, Lwówek, Świdnica, WałbrzychWałbrzych, Ząbkowice, Zgorzelec, Złotoryja;
  • Opole province – poviats: Głubczyce, Nysa, Prudnik.


How to prepare

Experts appealed to prepare replacement lighting – flashlights with spare batteries, because the wind may damage power lines. In addition, it is worth removing all items from windowsills and yards that may be carried away by the wind, and ensuring the safety of your animals, especially those outdoors.

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“Let's remember to move cars to a safe place if they were previously parked under trees,” RCB added. When driving a car, we should pay special attention, firstly because of the possibility of breaking branches and trees, and secondly, because when leaving a sheltered road into an open space there is a risk of the car being blown away.

In cases that have or may have a safety significance, you should immediately inform the fire brigade by calling the emergency number 112.

What is an RCB alert

Alert RCB is an SMS threat warning system. You do not need to sign up for an RCB alert. People who find themselves in the area of ​​a potential life-threatening crisis will receive a short text message (SMS) on their mobile phone with information about the type of threat, its location, and the source of the warning. It does not matter which operator we have concluded a contract with.

The amendment to the Telecommunications Law and certain other acts of June 11, 2018 imposes on all operators the obligation to immediately send a message to all users in the area specified by the RCB director. Messages are issued only in exceptional situations that may pose a real threat to human life and health.

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