Severe Weather – EMY: Upgraded to an emergency bulletin of hazardous weather events

Emergency Occupancy Bulletin Weather Posted yesterday, updated Thursday 18/04 Emergency bulletin of hazardous weather events.

In particular, the depression is forecast to worsen over most parts of the country from this afternoon to tomorrow noon. Heavy rain and storm.

Extreme events start from the west and quickly spread to the central and northern continents, the Sporades, Evia, the Cyclades, the eastern Aegean and then the Dodecanese.

local Sleet It is expected to occur mainly in the eastern Aegean region.

The wind They are strengthened and reach 7 and locally 8 Beaufort.

More details:

A. Heavy Rain and Storms Forecast:

Today is Friday 19/04

A. Afternoon to the Ionian Islands, Epirus and Western Styria.

B. From the afternoon in northern parts of Thessaly, western Macedonia, western Peloponnese and eastern Styria (Fthiotida).

c. In the evenings these events will affect parts of eastern and central and eastern Macedonia (mainly Pieria Prefecture, Halkidiki Prefecture and Ceres Prefecture and Kavala Prefecture) sea-coastal areas, Sporades, Evia (mainly northern) parts), Cyclades, Thrace and East Aegean islands.

d. Events are expected to weaken gradually from the evening over the Ionian and western continents.

Tomorrow, Saturday 20/04

In central and eastern Macedonia regions (mainly Pieria, Halkidiki and sea-coastal areas of the province) in Thessaly (mainly Magnesia and eastern parts of Larissa), Sporades, Evia (mainly northern parts) Serres and Kavala province until afternoon), Thrace (mainly southern and eastern parts) ), East Aegean and Dodecanese Islands.

B. Events from this evening through tomorrow morning will be particularly intense and pose a high risk in the following areas:

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Eastern Thessaly

Sporades (mainly Skiathos and Skopelos)

South Piria

Northern Evia

Province of Phitsanulok (in the north)

East Aegean Islands (mainly Chios and Lesbos)

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