The fall in temperatures will be perceived in virtually all the regions, so that only the areas between the Carpathians will still enjoy values above the average multiannual seasonal figures. The maximum temperatures will range between -11 and -1 degree Celsius.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) on Thursday issued an alert for snow storms and weather getting increasingly cold, starting on today, at noon, until Sunday, at lunch, Agerpres informs. According to the meteorologists, between January 24, 6 p.m. and January 26, 12 a.m., there will be snowfalls in Oltenia (south), Muntenia (south), most of Dobrogea (south-east), southern Moldova (east), as well as in the Banatului Mountains (west), the Eastern and Curvature Carpathians.If you are looking this kind of content,you have come to the right place.thanks for your patient reading, let us move on.
The amounts of precipitations will locally exceed 20 l/ sq m in 24 hours. The wind gust will intensify, mainly in the southern and southern-eastern regions, where its speed will exceed 60…70 km/h, creating snow blasts. There will also be mixed precipitations and glaze in Banat, southern Dobrogea and in southern Oltenia. The weather will get cold, especially in the eastern and southeastern regions of the country, where the weather will become frosty, during nighttime and in the mornings.
As of today, the fall in temperatures will be perceived in virtually all the regions, so that only the areas between the Carpathians will still enjoy values above the average multiannual seasonal figures. The maximum temperatures will range between -11, -10 in northern Moldavia in Suceava, and -7, -8 in Banat in Timisoara. The sky will be mostly cloudy and there will be snow in Moldavia and in the mountains, mostly rain in Banat and mixed precipitation in the rest of the regions. The precipitation will move towards the South over evening and night. Black ice can occur here and there. The wind will blow stronger in the mountain areas and in the southern half of the country. The weather will get colder in the capital city as well, the sky will be mostly cloudy, and snow will fall upon nightfall. The wind will blow moderately, stronger from time to time. The temperatures in the morning will be about -4, -3 degrees C, and the maximum temperatures will be about -1 degree C.
Lower temperatures are to be expected tomorrow as well. Snow will fall, except for the West and South-East, where the precipitation will be mixed, and black ice can cover the ground. The wind will enhance the cold sensation. The maximum temperatures will range between -13, -12 degrees in northern Moldavia and 2 to 3 degrees in Banat and Crisana.
After a Christmas and a New Year with no snow, the Bucharest citizens might enjoy this year’s first snow flakes tomorrow. The temperatures will drop to -7, -6 degrees C in the morning, and the maximum temperature will be -4 degrees C.