Weather forecast forMoen, Vevelstad (Nordland)
Applies to Namdalen and Sør-Helgeland
From Thursday morning expected east strong gale force 9 in exposed places with locally very strong gusts 30-40 m/s. Decreasing wind late Friday morning, first in south.Severity
InstructionsSecure all loose objects. Avoid exposed places. Allow a lot of extra time for transportation and driving. Consider whether the journey is necessary. Follow advice and check status from transport operators. Check road reports (175.no). The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors.
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 at higher altitudes causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads.
Applies to North-Helgeland, Salten, Ofoten and Troms
From Thursday afternoon east and southeasterly storm with extreme gust locally with 35-50 m/s. There are expected strongest winds from Thursday afternoon until Friday evening. There will be large variations in wind speed. Some places may have calm conditions while other places experience extreme wind gusts. In addition the temperature at exposed places is expected to be in -the range of 10 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
InstructionsFollow the advice of emergency authorities. If you MUST drive, follow the advice from the Norwegian Public Roads Administration and check road reports (175.no). Follow advice and check status from transport operators. Prepare your home for a potentially long power outage. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors. In advance consider measures to limit damage.
ConsequencesIt is dangerous to be outdoors, and unusually large damage to buildings, infrastructure, forests and power supplies is expected. Expect cancelled departures for ferry, plane, or other transport. Bridges may be closed. Ceiling tiles blow off houses and buildings. Allow a lot of extra time for transportation and driving, even for short journeys. The power supply locally will be significantly affected. Many roads may be closed due to trees or other objects. Blowing snow causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads. The strong wind may cause locally high waves in fjords and lakes.
|07:00–12:00||-5°||0 – 0.2 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from east-southeast|
|12:00–18:00||-4°||0 – 2.5 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from southeast|
|18:00–00:00||-5°||0.5 – 3.3 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from southeast|
|00:00–06:00||-5°||0 – 1.7 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from southeast|
|06:00–12:00||-5°||0 – 1.2 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from southeast|
|12:00–18:00||-3°||0 mm||Gale, 18 m/s from east-southeast|
|18:00–00:00||-1°||0 mm||Near gale, 17 m/s from southeast|
|00:00–06:00||-4°||0 – 1.0 mm||Gale, 19 m/s from east-southeast|
|06:00–12:00||-7°||0 mm||Strong breeze, 13 m/s from southeast|
|13:00–19:00||-8°||0 mm||Fresh breeze, 8 m/s from south-southeast|
|19:00–01:00||-3°||0 – 1.0 mm||Gentle breeze, 4 m/s from east-southeast|
The meteorologist’s text forecast
|Sunrise 09:39||Moonrise 10:52|
|Sunset 15:03||Moonset 01:35|
Decimal coordinates: 65.7194 12.6069
Altitude: 14 m.