This year’s first autumn storm has led to the Norwegian Meteorological Institute issuing multiple danger warnings.
The Norwegian Meteorological Institute has been issuing danger warnings at a high pace recently.
The danger warnings are spread all over Norway, from north to south – with warnings of gusts of up to 35 meters per second in some places.
“This is the first autumn storm of the year that is out in the Norwegian Sea,” state meteorologist Martin Granerød told NTB.
The weather will calm down in several places during Wednesday, but that does not mean that the wind will give way immediately. The Norwegian Meteorological Institute has issued a yellow warning for wind for Hordaland, Rogaland, and Agder for Thursday.
“Secure loose objects and be prepared for strong winds,” the meteorologists warned on Twitter.
“Check the weather forecast”
“With all this wind, it is good to be prepared for it to build up quickly out on the coast, and it is important that you check the weather forecast. This also applies up in the mountains,” Granerød added.
The strongest wind is expected in the northern parts of the country on Wednesday. On Thursday, the strongest wind is expected in the south. Then the wind will calm down a bit – but the rain will not subside until the weekend.
“On Friday, it looks like a new low-pressure area will affect the weather in Western Norway, with long periods of rain,” Granerød said.
Although the temperatures in Western Norway can reach 14 degrees, the weather will be wet.
It will be a humid Friday, according to the meteorologist.
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