The National Meteorology Administration (ANM) has issued on Monday a Code Yellow warning for atmospheric instability and rainfalls, to come in force as of this evening until Tuesday morning, valid for 13 counties. Another warning, for bad weather, has been issued for the entire country, in force until Wednesday evening.
ANM says that, during May 27, 18.00h – May 28, 6.00h, the atmospheric instability will be high in Banat, western and northern Oltenia, Crisana, Maramures and western Transylvania, with torrential rain, electric discharges, hail and storms. Water quantities will exceed 25 litres per square metre and on isolated areas 40-50 l/sq m.
The counties under the warning are: Satu Mare, Maramures, Bihor, Salaj, Cluj, Arad, Alba, Hunedoara, Timis, Caras-Severin, Gorj, Mehedinti and Valcea.
During May 27, 16.00h – May 29, 23.00h, a warning will be in force for atmospheric instability. Most affected will be the mountainous regions and the western, northern, south-western and central regions.
Torrential rain is expected, accompanied by electric discharges, wind gusts and hail on isolated areas. Water quantities may exceed 15-25 l/sq m and 35-50 l/sq m on isolated areas.
In Bucharest, the next three days will be affected by atmospheric instability, with rainfall and electric discharges, and temperatures of up to 32 degrees Celsius.
During May 27, 16.00h – May 29. 23.00h, the weather will be generally fair, but with intervals of rainfall, electric discharges and wind gusts, mainly Tuesday evening and Wednesday afternoon. Highs of 30-32 degrees C and lows of 14-16 degrees C.