Weather forecast forLitlsurndalen, Steigen (Nordland)
Applies to Nordland
Large amounts of rain are expected in the warning area. The precipitation is expected as rain in low lying areas. The amount of precipitation is somewhat uncertain. Follow the weather radar. Heavy rain will increase water discharge in rivers. The warning level is increased/decreased.
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InstructionsKeep away from rivers and streams with high flow.
ConsequencesSituation that requires vigilance and may cause local damages
Applies to Nordland
Monday and first part of Tuesday heavy precipitation are expected , locally 70-100 mm.Severity
InstructionsConsider the need for preventive measures. Check road reports (175.no). Adjust the speed and use caution while driving.
ConsequencesRisk of flooding of low-lying areas in densely populated areas. Locally difficult driving conditions, especially at waterways. Roads may be closed. Road conditions affected with road spray and hydroplaning in some places.
Applies to Salten, Ofoten, Lofoten, Vesteraalen and Soer-Troms
Very strong wind from southwest are expected, on the coast storm force 10, with wind gusts 30-35 m/s over land.Severity
InstructionsSecure all loose objects. Avoid exposed places. Allow a lot of extra time for transportation and driving. Consider whether the journey is necessary. Follow advice and check status from transport operators. Check road reports (175.no). The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors.
ConsequencesLarger loose items may be taken by the wind. Risk of damage to buildings and infrastructure. Cancelled departures for ferry, plane, or other transport expected. Bridges may be closed. Many journeys may have longer travel times. The power supply will be impacted, due to tree(s) falling over. Roads may be closed due to trees or other objects in the road.
Applies to Stoett - Melbu
Monday afternoon southwest and west strong gale force 9 to storm force 10. Monday evening west gale force 8. Early monday morning west near gale force 7. Late tuesday morning decreasing, first in south.Severity
InstructionsIt is not recommended to be at sea in a small boat.
ConsequencesLarge waves. High risk of dangerous situations when in a small boat at sea. Sea heaps up. Moderate amounts of airborne spray. Moderately high waves with breaking crests forming spindrift. Considerable airborne spray. High waves whose crests sometimes roll over. Airborne spray may reduce visibility. Very high waves. Considerable tumbling of waves with heavy impact. Reduced visibility.
Applies to Saltfjellet, Salten
From early Tuesday morning to late Tuesday morning expected snow above 600-800 meter, locally can the come >5 cm/24 hours.Severity
InstructionsAllow some extra time for transportation and driving. Use tires fit for winter conditions and use caution while driving. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors.
ConsequencesTravel time may increase on some journeys. Local driving conditions may become difficult. Blowing snow at higher altitudes causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads. Blowing snow causes reduced visibility and possibly convoys and/or closed roads.
|05:00–06:00||5°||0 – 2.0 mm||Fresh breeze, 8 m/s from west|
|06:00–12:00||4°||0.6 – 4.0 mm||Fresh breeze, 9 m/s from west-southwest|
|12:00–18:00||5°||0 – 3.3 mm||Fresh breeze, 9 m/s from west-southwest|
|18:00–00:00||5°||0 mm||Gentle breeze, 5 m/s from west|
|00:00–06:00||5°||0 – 2.9 mm||Light breeze, 2 m/s from southwest|
|06:00–12:00||3°||1.0 – 4.8 mm||Light breeze, 3 m/s from east-northeast|
|12:00–18:00||6°||1.2 – 5.5 mm||Gentle breeze, 4 m/s from southeast|
|18:00–00:00||8°||0.6 – 6.4 mm||Fresh breeze, 8 m/s from south-southeast|
|00:00–06:00||7°||0 – 2.5 mm||Strong breeze, 11 m/s from southwest|
|08:00–14:00||4°||0 mm||Light breeze, 2 m/s from west-southwest|
|14:00–20:00||7°||0 mm||Gentle breeze, 4 m/s from west-southwest|
|20:00–02:00||5°||0 – 2.1 mm||Gentle breeze, 5 m/s from east-northeast|
The meteorologist’s text forecast
The meteorologists on Twitter
Det er sendt farevarsler ogsÃ¥ fra @NVE. Det er fare for jordskred og flom i #Nordland og #Troms de neste 24 timene. Fare for flom er det ogsÃ¥ i nordre deler av #TrÃ¸ndelag. Hold deg oppdatert pÃ¥ https://t.co/GC9ddCJA0zpic.twitter.com/8zUthHWqa1— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) September 21, 2020
Vind, regn, snÃ¸, hÃ¸y vannstand. Det er mange farevarsler Ã¥ holde styr pÃ¥ i #NordNorge akkurat nÃ¥! 😅— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) September 21, 2020
Her er figurer som viser en oppsummering av hva som ventes de neste 24 timene. Flere detaljer finner du pÃ¥ https://t.co/A9UInW0gvGpic.twitter.com/9WFgUgdH35
VÃ¦r sÃ¦rdeles varsom med Ã¥ ferdes i og nÃ¦r sjÃ¸en i #Nordland og #Troms det kommende dÃ¸gnet. BÃ¸lgehÃ¸yder fra 8 til 12 meter er en av konsekvensene av Ã¥rets fÃ¸rste virkelige hÃ¸ststorm. 🌊 Utsett sjarkfisket til en annen dag! pic.twitter.com/AfKzrhhJqp— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) September 21, 2020
Det er sendt ut oransje farevarsel ogsÃ¥ for regn i #Troms. Lokalt kan det komme 60 - 100 mm.— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) September 21, 2020
Det er sendt ut gult farevarsel for regn i #Nordland.
Les mer her: https://t.co/OgTXqzhL8Npic.twitter.com/f7HrMOiGFH
Det er sendt ut oransje farevarsel pÃ¥ vindkast for nordlige deler av #Nordland og i #SÃ¸rTroms. Fra mandag ettermiddag til tirsdag morgen er det ventet svÃ¦rt kraftig vind fra sÃ¸rvest, pÃ¥ kysten full storm, med vindkast omkring 30-35 m/s inn over land. https://t.co/OgTXqzhL8Npic.twitter.com/UU9Pplk9zk— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) September 21, 2020
|Sunrise 06:42||Moonrise 16:20|
|Sunset 19:00||Moonset 18:35|
Decimal coordinates: 67.9402 15.0125
Altitude: 190 m.