Hurricane Matis will bring significant amounts of precipitation, including snow, announced Elena Mateescu, director of the ANM, live on Antena 3 CNN.
“We are talking about a decrease in the temperature regime. If we still record temperatures above 15-16 degrees Celsius in the south and southeast of the country, we already notice shades of purple and blue, which is a sign of the mass of the mass. Cold air enters our country and in the northern part at 6-7 degrees Brings higher temperature values.
From Tuesday, the cold air mass will cover the whole country and we are talking about 1-2 degree temperature in Moldova, Banat, Grisana, Transylvania region. Only in Dobrogea we are talking about values of 13-14 degrees Celsius.
A cold front will be keen throughout next week and comes with significant amounts of precipitation. Due to this cyclone, the amount of water is more than 20-30 liters per square meter at least in the southern part of the country.
There is snow in the mountains. We are talking about a uniform layer of more than 20 centimeters in the Southern Carpathians and Karpura region, but it is possible to talk about mixed rain in the northern part of the country, in Banat, Grisana, Transylvania and Moldova. In the southern part of the country in the southeast, we can talk about rain, which is a sign that the cyclone will bring significant amounts.
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We should also look at the forecasts of hydrologists. We have an orange code, but we’re talking about 20-30 liters of water per square meter within 24 hours, while the average for April is between 40-45 liters per square meter, to record. 50% of the rainfall in a month is in 24 hours.
Shades of purple are precipitation in the form of snow, so we’re on record for cold weather until at least Friday. The news for the weekend is good, and on Saturday, we’re talking about a slight rise in temperatures across almost the entire country. We are talking about an increase in temperature in the western, southern and southeastern parts of the country,” said Elena Mateescu, director of the National Meteorological Administration (ANM).
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