The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) has issued Tuesday morning a weather warning for atmospheric instability and a Code Yellow warning for storms.
The notification is in force since Tuesday at 10.00h until June 20, at 23.00h, in almost all the country.
ANM informs that the atmospheric instability will be high in most of the country, with intervals of torrential rain, frequent electric discharges, wind gusts, storms and hailstorms.
Water quantities may exceed 15-25 litres per square metre, and 35-40 l/sqm on isolated areas.
Thermal discomfort will be high on Tuesday, in the afternoon, mainly in the south-eastern areas, with the temperature-humidity index (THI) reaching and exceeding the threshold of 80 units.
The Code Yellow is to come into force on Tuesday, at 12.00h and expires at 23.00h.
The warning is for high atmospheric instability and large water quantities of 25 l/sqm and on isolated areas of 40-60 l/sqm.
The only counties not covered by the Code Yellow are the Tulcea and Constanta.