The storm, according to the Meteorological Institute, will be the strongest on Wednesday morning and would probably slow down in the evening.
“There will be very strong winds from southwest and west, and we encourage all living in the areas that have loose objects in the garden to tear them down,” says meteorologist Magni Svanevik at the Meteorological Institute of NTB.
The wind is strongest north in Trøndelag and along large parts of the Helgeland coast, according to Svanevik.
– Trees can be blown over and the wind can also lead to some local power outage, warns the meteorologist, who adds that she does not think it would be a good idea to take a hike during
“There will be very strong winds from southwest and west, and we encourage all living in the areas that have loose objects in the garden to keep them down away as they can be blown out,” says meteorologist Magni Svanevik at the Meteorological Institute of NTB.
Rain is expected
Rain has been reported in the same areas, from 40-60 millimeters rain from Tuesday night to Wednesday morning. Locally it can reach as much as 80 millimeters.
However, western Norway will be hit hardest by rainbows, and on Tuesday night 60 millimeters of precipitation and about 100 millimeters are expected in the next 24 hours.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration requests people living in Western Norway to leave the car on Tuesday evening. The earthquake is on a yellow level and there is a danger of race along the roads.
“The danger of race is high with so much rainfall reported. It’s so that if you do not get out of the way, you should keep calm, “says security operator Ketil Molvær in the Norwegian Public Roads Administration to NRK.
Meteorologists also report flood hazard in both Western Norway, Trøndelag and Nordland. Due to rising temperatures, snow will melt in areas where there is snow, and the rain will quickly increase water flow in rivers and streams.