Detailed weather statistics for Hammerfest (Troms og Finnmark)
Applies to Finnmark
Friday and Saturday it is expected local blowing snow due to strong southerly wind in combination with locally large amount of snow previous day.Severity
InstructionsAllow extra time for transportation and driving. Follow advice and check status from transport operators. Check road reports (175.no). Use tires fit for winter conditions and use caution while driving. Avoid unnecessary journeys to exposed places.
ConsequencesReduced visibility. Local driving conditions may become difficult due to snow accumulating on the road. Expect convoys and/or closed roads on short notice.
Applies to Torsvaag - Russian border
Saturday south occasionally gale force 8, risk of severe gale force 9 from Slettnes lighthouse to Vardoe. From Saturday afternoon south near gale force 7, late Saturday evening decreasing.Severity
InstructionsDo not go out at sea in a small boat.
ConsequencesModerately high waves with breaking crests forming spindrift. Considerable airborne spray.
Applies to Lofoten, Vesteraalen, Troms and Kyst- and fjordstroekene i Vest-Finnmark
Forecast for the area Røst to Hammerfest: Early Sunday afternoon high water level is expected, estimated to 60-80 cm above the height given in the tide tables, south of Andenes high waves are also expected. The water level is expected at its highest around 13-14. More information about tides and water level at sehavniva.noSeverity
InstructionsBe careful in coastal areas. Check the mooring of the boat and secure objects near the water in the coastal zone.
ConsequencesLocal flooding and risk of minor damage to infrastructure and buildings in the beach zone.
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