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Warnings

Updated: Tuesday, 10 December 2019 kell 21:14

Warnings for Estonia

Air temperature is falling and risk of slippery roads.

Lake Peipus

Dec 11 before noon increasing south wind 8-10, in the afternoon in gusts 14 m/s.

Western Gulf of Finland

Dec 11 in the morning increasing south wind 14-16, in the daytime in gusts 18-23 m/s.

Northern Baltic Sea

Dec 11 at night increasing south wind 14-19 m/s, in the morning and daytime in gusts 23-27 m/s.

Eastern Gulf of Finland

Dec 11 in the morning increasing south wind 14, in daytime in gusts 17-20 m/s.

Moonsund

Dec 11 in the morning increasing south wind 14, in daytime in gusts 17-20 m/s.

Northern Gulf of Riga

Dec 11 in the morning increasing south wind 14, in daytime in gusts 17-20 m/s.

Pärnumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Põlvamaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Tartumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Valgamaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Viljandimaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Võrumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Harjumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Hiiumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Ida-Virumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Jõgevamaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Järvamaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Läänemaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Lääne-Virumaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Raplamaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

Saaremaa

Dec 10 risk of slippery roads.

No warnings.

Level 1. The weather is potentially dangerous. Be attentive if you intend to practice activities exposed to meteorological risks. Keep informed about the forecast of meteorological conditions.

Level 2. The weather is dangerous. Unusual meteorological phenomena have been forecast. Be very vigilant and keep regularly informed about the weather forecast. Be aware of the risks that might be unavoidable and follow any advice given by authorities.

Level 3. The weather is very dangerous. Major damage and accidents are likely.  There is potential danger to life and health. Keep frequently informed about detailed expected meteorological conditions and risks. Follow orders and any advice given by authorities and be prepared for extraordinary measures.

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