Free weather data for Kvassmyrmoen, Saltdal (Nordland)Kvassmyrmoen, Saltdal (Nordland)

  1. Applies to North-Helgeland, Salten, Ofoten and Troms

    Friday afternoon east and southeasterly storm is still expected, with locally very strong gusts with 30-40 m/s. The winds are first decreasing in the south, towards the evening also in the northern part. It has already been observed very strong wind gusts in the area, but large variations in wind speed are still expected. Some places may have calm conditions while other places experience very strong wind gusts. In addition the temperature at exposed places is in the range of -7 to -15 degrees. The combination storm and low temperatures could cause challenges for power delivery, there is potenial for frost bite and risk of moderate to severe icing on ships.

    Severity
    Yellow severity - moderate danger
    Orange severity - considerable danger
    Red severity - extreme danger
    The colour tells you how severe the situation can become (hjelp.yr.no)

    InstructionsSecure all loose objects. Avoid exposed places. Allow a lot of extra time for transportation and driving. Follow advice and check status from transport operators. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors. In advance consider measures to limit damage.

    ConsequencesLarger loose items may be taken by the wind. Risk of damage to buildings and infrastructure. Cancelled departures for ferry, plane, or other transport expected. Bridges may be closed. Many journeys may have longer travel times. The power supply will be impacted, due to tree(s) falling over. Roads may be closed due to trees or other objects in the road. Blowing snow causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads. The strong wind may cause locally high waves in fjords and lakes.

    Tidslinje

    1. Friday January 22, 2021 12:00 - Wind increases
    2. Friday January 22, 2021 18:00 - Wind wanes
    Map of extreme weather Frank: Very strong wind gusts ongoing, orange level, North-Helgeland, Salten, Ofoten and Troms, 22 January 11:00 UTC to 22 January 17:00 UTC.
  2. Applies to Helgeland, Saltfjellet, Salten, Ofoten og Troms

    Friday evening and early Saturday morning it is still expected locally strong wind gusts from east and southeast up to 30-35 m/s

    Severity
    Yellow severity - moderate danger
    Orange severity - considerable danger
    Red severity - extreme danger
    The colour tells you how severe the situation can become (hjelp.yr.no)

    InstructionsSecure loose objects. Avoid unnecessary journeys to exposed places. Follow advice and check status from transport operators. Check road reports (175.no). Be careful in coastal areas.

    ConsequencesLoose items may be taken by the wind. Possibly cancelled departures for ferry, plane, or other transport. Bridges may be closed. Some journeys may have longer travel times. The power supply may be impacted, due to tree(s) falling over. Some roads may be closed due to trees or other objects in the road. Blowing snow causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads. The strong wind may cause locally high waves in fjords and lakes.

    Tidslinje

    1. Friday January 22, 2021 18:00 - Wind increases
    2. Saturday January 23, 2021 06:00 - Wind wanes
    Map of strong wind gusts, yellow level, Helgeland, Saltfjellet, Salten, Ofoten og Troms, 22 January 17:00 UTC to 23 January 05:00 UTC.

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NB!!!!
In the first quarter next year, forecast.xml and forecast_hour_by_hour.xml will be discontinued in favour of a newer JSON API.
Vi encourage you already now to switch to the new API.
There are a lot of changes, and you can read all the technical details in our new developer portal https://developer.yr.no