Danger of local flooding, soil and floods.
The meteorologists issued a warning warning on Wednesday for precipitation in Sogn og Fjordane and Hordaland.
– It is between 50 and 70 millimeters per day, reports Meteorological Institute on Twitter.
See the weather forecast here on yr.no
The hazard warning reports the danger of local flooding, buckwheat and electricity shifts, land and floods on steep slopes.
– Consider the need for preventive measures, according to the Council.
There is a strong low pressure that moves across Western Norway on a Wednesday morning. Hordaland and Sogn og Fjordane are the counties that are expected to get the most rainfall, 30-50 millimeters in six hours and 50-70 millimeters in twelve hours.
See the warning about soil and flood hazards at varsom.no.
A hazard warning has been sent at yellow level for rainfall #SognogFjordane and #Hordaland Wednesday. It is between 50 and 70 millimeters per day. Keep looking at https://t.co/sb4X9as5HV 💧 pic.twitter.com/p7hbNu2cXf
– Meteorologists (@Meteorologists)
August 21, 2018
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