On Tuesday, violent storms swept through Poland. Due to strong winds and rainfalls, firefighters intervened 415 times over the past day, said a spokesman for the State Fire Service's senior commander, Senior Brigade Paves Frutzak. He added that most reports – 314 – refer to the effects of high winds. 97 interventions were related to rainfall and four related to water intake.
Firefighters mostly went to the Lublin region – there were 172 interventions. In Świętokrzyskie land 81 times and in Silesia 74.
Third degree meteorological warnings
Dangerous weather is forecast for Wednesday. The IMGW Synoptic issued the third, highest warning against heavy thunderstorms in the province Podkarpackie in the district of: Bjeszadi, Lesko, Sanok, Przim, l, Przigil. The forecast of rainfall is expected to occur at periods of moderate and strong intensity. Tonight, there were about 60 liters of water per square meter of rain. Rainfall is forecast to reach 40 l / sq m by the end of the day. The total amount of rainfall can be around 100 l / sq m. Thunderstorms of up to 60 kilometers per hour are possible during rainfalls.
The alarms will be valid until 6pm on Wednesday.
Second degree meteorological warnings
In the province Lublin, in poles: Chełm, Chem, Hrubieszów, Krasnostawskie, Zamo Z, Zamość, Tomaszów, Biłgoraj and Janów poviats, second-degree meteorological warnings apply heavy rainfall.
Rainfall is expected to be moderate in intensity and strong in areas with a total of 30-45, up to 55 liters of water per square meter.
This will be dangerous in this region until 6 pm on Wednesday.
In the provinces Podkarpackie (in all callers except: Bizyzadi, Lesko, Sanok, Przemil, Przemil) and smaller (In calls: Boчеeski, Brest, Tarnov, Tarnov, Gorlice, Neoдеdecki, Novi Sach, Limanovski, Noy Targ and Tatra) Rainfalls can occur at periods of moderate to high intensity.
The amount of rainfall should be between 50 and 65 l / sq m. Initially, there may be a storm during which winds blow up to 75 kilometers per hour.
These will be dangerous in these places until 6 pm on Wednesday.
First degree meteorological warnings
First-degree warnings apply to the voice service Lublin (in the district of: Bjaleski, Bijasa Podlaska, Parchevski, Vodavski, Zeljski, Zidnicki, Lublin, Lublin, Krashnik and Opole). They can appear there heavy thunderstorms, the intensity of which can be moderate or strong. It can fall from 20 to 30, locally 40 l / sq. M. and blows up to 80 km / h.
It can be dangerous until 5pm on Wednesday.
The IMGW issued second-degree hydrological warnings to the Duchy Podkarpackie and Lesser Poland. In the province Podkarpackie, in the drainage basins of Viscoka, San, and Wisconsin in relation to the anticipated intense rainfall and thunderstorms, the water level (violently from the point) increases to the mid-state zone and locally to the lower part of the high-altitude zone. Locally, especially in smaller watercourses and in urbanized plums, the water level can exceed the warning level. Specifically, in the case of extremely intense rainfalls there is a possibility of short term overcoming of the alarm condition. The alarm will be valid until 8pm on Wednesday.
In the province smaller, in the drainage basins of Skava, Raba, Dunajec and Ropa in relation to the anticipated heavy rainfall and thunderstorms, the water level (point violent) increases to the middle states zone and locally to the lower part of the high states zone. Locally, especially in the Danube and Ropa drainage basins, on lower watercourses and in urbanized basins, the water level can exceed the warning status. True, in the case of extremely heavy rainfall, there is a short-term possibility of overcoming the alarm. The alarm will be valid until 8pm on Wednesday.
What is a third degree meteorological warning?
According to the IMGW definition, a third-degree warning of dangerous meteorological phenomena causing very severe damage or damage to the magnitude of disasters and life-threatening is provided. Dangerous meteorological phenomena or the effects of their occurrence will hinder business activities. Be prepared for significant disruptions in your daily functioning. Highest caution recommended, frequent monitoring of messages and weather events. Follow all instructions provided by the emergency services. Adjust your plans to the weather.
What is a second degree meteorological warning?
According to the IMGW definition, a second-degree warning predicts the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena that cause severe material loss and a threat to health and life. Dangerous events or the effects of their occurrence greatly limit the work. Expect to be disturbed in your daily functioning. Great caution is advised, messages and weather should be followed. Follow all instructions provided by the emergency services. Adjust your plans to the weather.
What is a first degree meteorological warning?
According to the IMGW definition, the first warning provides favorable conditions for the occurrence of dangerous meteorological phenomena, which can cause material damage and threat to health and life. Conducting business activities in conditions of exposure to these factors is difficult and dangerous. Expect difficulties arising from performing hazardous activities, including delays caused by congestion, disturbances during outdoor events or the possibility of their cancellation. Warning is recommended, you should send messages and weather conditions.
What is a second degree hydrological warning?
According to the IMGW definition, a hydrological second-degree warning is when the water level (inflated or predicted) falls in the zone above the alert state, but below the alarm states.