Radar image forGussanjárga, Karasjok (Troms og Finnmark)
Applies to deler av Troms og Finnmark
Some landslides are expected. A few large slides may occur. Exposed railways and roads may be closed. Along the watercourses in the flood areas high discharge can lead to erosion of masses at the foot of slopes. Rapid decline of water levels after flood can also cause local landslides. Steep slopes, as well as streams and rivers with high discharge, are particularly exposed. Heavy rain is expected. Heavy snowmelt is expected. Some landslides are expected. A few large slides may occur. Exposed railways and roads may be closed.
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InstructionsKeep yourself updated about the development of the weather, the landslide and flood situation, and follow the weather radar. Keep away from steep slopes, as well as streams and rivers with high discharge. Keep water paths and culverts free of snow, ice, gravel, waste, twigs and leaves. Clogged waterways with dammed water may cause landslides.
ConsequencesSituation that requires vigilance and may cause local damages
Applies to Vest-Finnmark med Vidda
From Friday evening to Saturday morning much rain is expected in west parts of Finnmark. About 25mm/6h, and in total up to 50mm/24h. Most rain is expected Friday evening and early Saturday morning.Severity
InstructionsConsider the need for preventive measures. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors. Check road reports (175.no). Adjust the speed and use caution while driving.
ConsequencesRisk of flooding of low-lying areas in densely populated areas. Check varsom.no for more information. Locally difficult driving conditions, especially at waterways. Roads may be closed. Some journeys may have longer travel time. Road conditions affected with road spray and hydroplaning in some places.
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