Severe Weather Europe – Current weather warnings for Europe!
Please note the respective weather warnings of the European weather services! All weather warnings are in English and in the local language.You get current warnings of thunderstorms, heavy rain, snow, constant rain, storm, hurricane, extreme frost.
The weather is potentially dangerous. The weather phenomena that have been forecast are not unusual, but be attentive if you intend to practice activities exposed to meteorological risks. Keep informed about the expected meteorological conditions and do not take any avoidable risk.
The weather is dangerous. Unusual meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Damage and casualties are likely to happen. Be very vigilant and keep regularly informed about the detailed expected meteorological conditions. Be aware of the risks that might be unavoidable. Follow any advice given by your authorities.
The weather is very dangerous. Exceptionally intense meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Major damage and accidents are likely, in many cases with threat to life and limb, over a wide area. Keep frequently informed about detailed expected meteorological conditions and risks. Follow orders and any advice given by your authorities under all circumstances, be prepared for extraordinary measures.
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Irish Republic - As Storm Brendan track to the Northwest of Ireland, southerly winds will reach mean speeds of to 70 kmh with gusts 100 to 120 kmh, higher in exposed areas! More Info here!
Greece: Snow-Ice Waring: Take Action to protect yourself. Widespread deep snow and/or significant ice with significant disruption to road,rail and Airport. High risk of drivers becoming stranded. Avoid making non-essential journeys. Area Thessalia, East Sterea and Evvoia, North East Aegean Islands
Iceland: Storm or violent storm expected with sustained Wind speed. Severe snow or blowing snow is also foretasted with poor or no visibility and rapidly deteriorating roads conditions. Traveling can be hazardous and is not advised while the weather warning is in effect. More Information here
Croatia- North Dalmatia Strong to gale force Wind. Max Wind guest 65 -120 km/h . The Weather is very dangerous and implies high level of threat to health, even the live hazard especially for mariners. There is also a significant risk of coastal infrastructure damages as well. More Information click this Link
Griechenland- Warnung vor Regen und Schneefällen. Im Ägäisraum starke Verkehrsbehinderungen durch Schnee und Eis. Fährverbindungen zwischen Piräus und Rafina zu den Kyklandeninseln wegen Sturm eingestellt. Am Freitag weitere Gefahr durch Sturm. für weitere Informationen bitte diesen Link nutzen. Englisch- Greece- Warning for Rain and Snowfall. Heavy traffic obstructions due to snow an ice in the Awgean region. Ferries between Piraeus and Rafina to the Cyclades Islands closed.
Croatian: Strong to gale force NE and N Wind. Max. Wind gusts 65-130 kmh. The Weather is very dangerous and implies high level of threat to health,even the life hazard.especially for marines. More information via the following link
Tschechien: Starke Schneeverwehungen zu erwarten. Einige Straßen werden unpassierbar werden. Für weitere Informationen über die aktuelle Wetterlage in Tschechien können Sie über folgenden Link abrufen. Severe snow drifs are expected. Dangerous road conditions are expected. Some roads are likely to become Impassable. Motorised are advised not to drive.
Italien: An der Küste der Adria, teils kräftige Böen. Exponiert Sturmböen möglich. Für weitere Informationen über die aktuelleWetterlage in Italien nutzen Sie folgenden Link
Schweiz: Warnung vor Schneefall ab einer Höhe von 900 bis 1200 Meter Neuschneemengen zwischen 20 und 40 cm. WeitereInformationen zu dieser Warnung finden Sie unter folgenden Link
#COVID-19 *update*: Significant decline in global air traffic continues – the number of flights at the end of March is more than 60% lower than normal
von Marko Korosec am 30. März 2020 um 18:18
As we discussed a week ago, there is an obvious substantial decline in global air traffic, followed by the restrictions and national lockdowns during the Coronavirus / COVID-19 pandemic outbreak around the world. Many countries and airlines have shut down the airports, tens of thousand flights were canceled. At the end of March 2020, there has been more than a 60% drop in the global air traffic compared to last month or March 2019. Such an amount of grounded flights will undoubtedly have a positive effect on the climate, e.g. temperature difference and indeed air pollution. Looking over the number of flights during the first three months of the 2020 year, we can see the average of commercial flights was around 100.000, while the number of total flights was around 175.000. At the end of March 2020, there were less than 65.000 total flights recorded which are, compared to the normal end of March average, almost 65% decline! Another impressive comparison is the number of flights between the last few years, from 2016 to 2020. We can see the air traffic is increasing each year, but with less than 70.000 daily flights lately, that’s a remarkable and sharp drop compared to the average of 160-180.000 flights in the past years: Numerous airliners are closing their routes, which has become very obvious on the flight coverage maps compared to earlier this month or last year. Attached are maps over Europe, the United States, and South America: Europe – all airliners: Friday evening in Europe – February 28 vs March 27https://t.co/EqV2Vo80Kd pic.twitter.com/4puKM9G1f2 — Flightradar24 (@flightradar24) March 27, 2020 Europe – low-cost airliners: easyJet, Ryanair, Norwegian, Wizz — now compared to 1 month ago. […]
A much colder air mass is now spreading across Europe – cold outbreak will intensify across east-central Europe through Monday and Tuesday
von Marko Korosec am 29. März 2020 um 20:17
A strong cold advection is spreading across Europe this evening, associated with the cold outbreak. The event is intensifying tonight into early this coming week. Long-range model guidance is hinting this might be one of the final cold blasts of such intensity for some time. Hopefully, as this outbreak will again produce damaging frost and extremely cold mornings for early April in some parts of Europe! The current surface analysis over Europe reveals a powerful high-pressure system across the North Atlantic and western Europe, resulting in the Arctic outbreak across northern Europe with strong cold advection further south into central and western Europe. The surface cold front is extending from western Russia towards the Alps into southern France this evening, quite rapidly moving south. Attached are pressure analysis, windchill temperature map and peak wind gusts today – we can see the strongest winds are across western Europe where the strongest pressure gradient is present: The surface high-pressure system has peaked this afternoon, reaching 1054-1055 mbar in its center over the North Atlantic. Peak pressure readings across western Scotland and Northern Ireland were around 1051 mbar as well. The upper ridge and the high-pressure system are now gradually losing its strength and are expected to weaken through the remainder of March. The eastern part of the ridge will also push surface pressure higher across central Europe, allowing stronger colder advection into the eastern half of Europe over the next 48 hours. This […]