Radar image forNesmoen, Ringerike (Viken)

  1. Applies to Vest-Agder, Aust-Agder, Telemark, Vestfold, Oestfold, Oslo and Akershus and Buskerud

    From early Thursday morning to Thursday evening heavy rain showers are expected locally in your area. There will be large local variations in intensity and duration and the weather conditions can change rapidly. The exact location of the precipitation is uncertain, but the areas with the highest probabilities for heavy rain showers are the coastal areas.

    Severity
    Yellow severity - moderate danger
    Orange severity - considerable danger
    Red severity - extreme danger
    The colour tells you how severe the situation can become (hjelp.yr.no)

    InstructionsKeep yourself informed of the latest weather developments and forecasts. Follow the weather situation on the rain radar. Stay away from steep slopes as well as fast flowing streams. The need for emergency preparedness shall be assessed continuously by emergency response actors. Cleaning of drainage systems and culverts is recommended so that the water can drain away. Check road reports (175.no). Adjust the speed and use caution while driving. Stay away from exposed places if possible. Do not drive in water deeper than 30 cm.

    ConsequencesRisk of storm water in urban areas, local flooding, stream bank erosion, changing waterways, shallow landslides at locations impacted by showers. Locally difficult driving conditions, especially at waterways. Roads may be closed. Road conditions affected with road spray and hydroplaning in some places.

    Tidslinje

    1. Thursday July 29, 2021 02:00 - Increasing danger
    2. Thursday July 29, 2021 17:00 - Danger is over
    Map of heavy rainshowers, yellow level, Vest-Agder, Aust-Agder, Telemark, Vestfold, Oestfold, Oslo and Akershus and Buskerud, 29 July 00:00 UTC to 29 July 15:00 UTC.

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