New weather alerts for torrential rains and storms for half of Romania. Snowfalls, negative temperatures in the mountains

Meteorologists have issued new code orange and code yellow alerts for torrential rainfalls and storms for half of the country. The eastern and southeastern territories will be under a code orange alert until Wednesday evening, while the code yellow warning will target the north, centre and the south today from 10:00hrs till 23:00hrs.
Under the code yellow alert, the weather will be unstable with showers and torrential rains, thunderstorms and sometimes hail locally in Moldavia, Muntenia’s western half, eastern Transylvania, the Eastern and Southern Carpathians, with falls exceeding 2-…30l per sqm and even 40l/sqm in some areas. The wind will blow with 45..55kmph in the Southern Carpathians and with 80..80kmph on peaks.

Bucharest and Maramureş, Bistriţa-Năsăud, Suceava, Botoşani, Hunedoara, Mureş, Covasna, Braşov, Sibiu, Vâlcea, Argeş, Dâmboviţa, Prahova, Ilfov, Giurgiu and Teleorman counties are targeted.

The code orange alert comes along with heavy rainfalls, increased unstable weather and strong wind from Tuesday, at 12:00hrs till Wednesday at 23:00hrs in Dobruja, the eastern half of Muntenia and most part of Moldavia. There will be heavy rains, thunderstorms and hail. The falls will exceed 25…35l/sqm and in some areas even 50…60l/sqm. The wind will blow with 55…65kmph.

Neamţ, Iaşi, Bacău, Vaslui, Vrancea, Galaţi, Buzău, Brăila, Tulcea, Constanţa, Ialomiţa and Călăraşi are falling under the code orange alert.

The meteorology authorities says that the weather will be unstable by the end of the week.

Two days of heavy rains and wind in Bucharest

The weather will remain unstable in the Capital city as well, with torrential rains and strong wind in store as of today at 10:00hrs till Wednesday night at 23:00hrs.

There will be also thunderstorms and increased wind gusts. Falls will reach to 25…35l/sqm.

The maximum temperatures will range form 22C to 24C on Tuesday and 25C…26C Wednesday, while the minimum ones will be around 14C…16C.

5cm layer of snow, minus 2C in Bucegi mountains

Facebook Bușteni Mountain Rescue Service

There is snow in the mountains in mid-June. The snow pack has reached 5 cm in Bucegi Massif, at Cota 2000.

The temperatures have also dropped below zero, even to minus 2C, and there were 11C at the foot of the mountain.

The last time it snowed in Bucegi mountains was three weeks ago.

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