Radar image forYtre Ånnstad, Hadsel (Nordland)
Applies to Lofoten og Vesterålen
On Tuesday we expect high avalanche danger for region Lofoten og Vesterålen. Avalanche problem is wet snow (slab avalanches) and wind drifted snow (slab avalanches).
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InstructionsTravelling in avalanche terrain is not recommended. Avalanches may hit avalanche-exposed roads and settlements.
Applies to Roervik - Torsvaag
Tuesday southwest near gale force 7, at times gale force 8.Severity
InstructionsIt is not recommended to be at sea in a small boat.
ConsequencesIf the engine stops you can float towards land. Moderate waves. Risk of dangerous situations when in a small boat at sea. Large waves. High risk of dangerous situations when in a small boat at sea. Moderately high waves with breaking crests forming spindrift. Considerable airborne spray.
Applies to Nordland and Troms
Tuesday to Wednesday afternoon it is expected above zero temperatures and a lot of rain in Nordland and Troms. It is expected 30-60mm precipitation in 24 hours, on Helgeland locally 60-90mm.Severity
InstructionsConsider the need for preventive measures. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors. Check road reports (175.no). Adjust the speed and use caution while driving.
ConsequencesRisk of flooding of low-lying areas in densely populated areas. Check varsom.no for more information. Locally difficult driving conditions, especially at waterways. Roads may be closed. Road conditions affected with road spray and hydroplaning in some places.
Applies to deler av Trøndelag, Nordland og Troms
Landslides may be expected. Exposed railways and roads may be closed. Heavy rain is expected. Relatively high temperatures and windy conditions causes significant snowmelting. The expected rain will increase the danger of landslides, especially where groundwater and soil moisture are already high. Risk of slushflows is especially high in areas with more than 50 cm snow. Slushflows are triggered even in relatively gentle slopes, where water accumulates. Slushflows follow terrain depressions and may develop into debris flows.
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InstructionsKeep water paths and culverts free of snow, ice, gravel, waste, twigs and leaves. Clogged waterways with dammed water may cause landslides.
ConsequencesLandslides may be expected. Exposed railways and roads may be closed.
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