Weather: River levels are rising rapidly. IMGW issued a second level warning

Weather: River levels are rising rapidly. IMGW issued a second level warning
Weather: River levels are rising rapidly. IMGW issued a second level warning

IMWM meteorological warnings against thaws are in force in the mountain parts of the Śląskie, Małopolskie and Podkarpackie voivodeships. Specifically, it concerns the following poviats: Cieszyn, Żywiec, Tatra, Nowy Targ, Nowosądecki and Gorlice, Jasło, Krosno, Sanok, Leski and Bieszczady.

Another day with higher temperatures and thaws. The rivers are rising

Weather forecasters warn that the temperature that has been rising for several days will continue throughout the weekend, causing a thaw and melting snow cover. IMWM has also issued a hydrological warning which concerns more regions.

Second degree warnings against rising rivers and exceeding the warning levels concern the Nysa Łużycka catchment in the vicinity of Zgorzelec (Dolnośląskie Voivodeship), the Barycz catchment (Wielkopolskie Voivodeship), the Pilica catchment (Świętokrzyskie Voivodeship), as well as Mała Wisła, Pszczynka and Soła (Śląskie Voivodeship) .

Lower – first – degree alerts, against sudden increases in the water level, were issued in turn for the poviats lying on the San and Wisłok, along with tributaries in the Podkarpackie voivodship and on the Biała, Czarna Orawa, Dunajec, Ropa, Skawa, Skawinka and Uszwica voivodeships. Lesser Poland.

First degree IMWM warnings also apply to the Nida in the province. Świętokrzyskie and Prosna in the province. Opole.

“Due to rainfall and snowmelt runoff and water damming by ice phenomena, there will be increases in water level locally to the high-level zone, with the warning levels being exceeded.

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sources: IMWM / PAP

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