National Meteorological Administration
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) on Wednesday issued a series of Code Yellow and Code Orange alerts of snowfall and blizzard in the mountainous and sub-mountainous areas, respectively a bad weather information targeting the entire country, which will take effect on Thursday morning.
On Tuesday, the National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued a new Orange Code warning for unstable weather and rain, covering over three quarters of the country, until 23:00 hrs, as well as a Code Yellow advisory of temporarily accentuated atmospheric instability in seven other counties and the Municipality of Bucharest, until Thursday morning.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued on Friday a Code Yellow advisory for storms, valid in the entire country from Friday to Saturday morning. Thus, until Saturday, 10:00hrs, on relatively extended areas, there will be periods of atmospheric instability, with frequent thunders, torrential rains, hail and storms.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) on Thursday issued an Code Yellow advisory for enhanced atmospheric instability for the entire country, including Bucharest, until Saturday morning.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued, on Wednesday, a new Code Yellow alert of atmospheric instability, valid until Thursday morning in 32 counties, a bad weather alert, respectively, targeting most regions until Friday evening.
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) issued on Sunday a Code Orange advisory for heavy snowfalls and blizzard in 12 counties of Oltenia, western Muntenia, southern Banat and the Southern Carpathians, valid until Wednesday morning.
Director of the National Meteorological Administration (ANM) Elena Mateescu told AGERPRES on Tuesday that 2019 was the warmest year in the history of meteorological measurements since 1900, adding that the trend will be rising throughput the century if greenhouse gas emissions continue.
A number of 35 trains running in the south and south-east of the Romania are cancelled on Thursday morning due to adverse weather conditions, informs CFR Calatori (Romanian National Railway Company - Passengers). "The circulation of the passenger trains is carried out in winter conditions.
More than three quarters of Romania will be placed under a Code Yellow advisory of wind intensifications, snow and blizzard, according to the forecast published by the National Meteorological Administration (ANM).
The National Meteorological Administration (ANM) on Thursday morning issued several nowcasting Code Yellow for fog, glazed frost and hoarfrost for the Capital City of Bucharest and other 29 (out of 41) counties, valid in the next hours.