A climate change has arrived in Slovakia: ATTENTION in these regions, watch out for the rains and storms


Today it is expected to be cloudy to overcast and in most areas rain, rain, storms and higher altitudes can cause blizzards. Rarely, especially in central Slovakia, Spiš and Gemer, will precipitation be substantial. In the west, the cloudiness is expected to decrease gradually.

The highest daily temperature will only rise to 8 to 13, in the southern half of Western Slovakia and to Zemplin, Saris and Above, to 14 to 19 degrees. The temperature in the mountains at 1500 m will be about 1 degree. It has a slight variable wind, reaches 20 km / h in the southeast, which intensifies temporarily during the storms. Today, it can attack up to 10 mm of rain, in the central part of Slovakia and in Spiš and Gemer, 10 to 35 mm, rarely more.

A change has come to Slovakia

Source: SHMÚ

The Hydrometeorological Institute of Slovakia issued a first-degree rain warning, valid between 8 am and 10 am on Saturday, for the regions of Banská Bystrica, Košice, Prešov and Žilina.

"The rainfall is a potential hazard to human activities. The anticipated sum and intensity of the rains are common at a particular time of year and area, but may cause minor damage." list the SHMI on your site.

Danger avalanche

In the mountains, the typical spring situation prevails in the last week, bringing snow to the ice that froze at night and thawed during the day. During the current day persists under the influence of rain, which reduces the stability of snow cover in the morning to 1800 m above sea level. slight danger of avalanche, i. 2nd international scale of 5 stopovers. In the afternoon, this level applies to all altitudes. Snow from last snowfall is usually well stabilized in most places due to sun, heat and frost. Location on steep slopes where the snow profile is soggy, spontaneous avalanches and wet snow can be expected. Sliding avalanches can also occur on grass slopes of medium-sized sites, where snow will be wet throughout the profile (usually up to 1500 m). The danger of the Avalanche is increasing during the day as the rain increases.


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