Heavy downpours forecast for 14 counties, weather fluctuations in Bucharest The forecast says that it will rain a lot and there will be thunderstorms in some parts of Romania between September 26 and September 27. Rainwater on the ground should be at least 25 - 30 l/sq.m.
The counties that are under a code yellow warning are: Alba, Arad, Bihor, Bistrita-Nasaud, Cluj, Caras-Severin, Gorj, Hunedoara, Mehedinti, Maramures, Salaj, Satu Mare,
It will be cloudy in Bucharest City on Monday, with some rain showers and weak to moderate winds. Lows of 13 to 15 degrees.
In Bucharest on Tuesday, the weather will be warm and there will be a higher chance of showers, thunderstorms, and short wind gusts in the last hours of the day. The high will be between 25 and 27 degrees.
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How will Hurricane Ian impact weather in Charleston this week? Ian was upgraded to a Category 1 Hurricane early Monday morning, but it is expected to intensify as it heads towards Cuba and the western Florida coast. The storm will probably get weaker as it gets closer to Florida this week.
If Ian were to hit from the Atlantic, it would be a direct hit on our coast. The storm will come out of the Gulf of Mexico and will have plenty of land interaction before it gets to South Carolina.
Storm Team 2 is keeping a close eye on two different scenarios for impacts from Hurricane Ian. Scenario one would be a closer approach – Hurricane Ian makes landfall around Florida’s big bend. A hurricane is a big storm that has lots of wind and rain. It can be dangerous if it comes near where people live. This hurricane is going to pass through our area later in the week, so we have to be careful. If a tropical depression comes ashore, it would give us heavy rain, flooding, gusty winds, and an increased risk of tornadoes.
A tropical system is a type of storm that forms over warm ocean waters. These storms can bring strong winds and heavy rains. The Gulf of Mexico is a place where these storms often form and then make landfall, which means they come ashore onto land. The three things we typically get out of these types of storms from that area are rain, wind, and tornadoes. This is saying that if the hurricane hits Scenario 2, it would have less of an impact on us than if it hits Scenario 1. But we would still see some heavy rain and a strong wind.
According to Marthers, the rain amounts would be less.
The Storm Team 2 said that the most likely scenario, based on the guidance from the National Hurricane Center, is for scenario one to play out for us late this week. However, we cannot yet rule out scenario two.
Ian's showers would hit on Thursday and Friday with the rain lingering into the weekend.
This is a reminder that we are in the middle of hurricane season and we could see some storms. The time is right to review your families plan and download the Storm Team 2 Hurricane Ready Guide for tips and important information. You can also download the News 2 and Storm Team 2 apps for the latest weather and breaking news alerts.
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A warm start, then a touch of fall this week: Here’s when to expect a Bay Area cooldown The Bay Area is expected to see another warm weekend, with high temperatures continuing to run above average.
The high pressure system will make it very hot in inland cities. The region will become cooler on Tuesday as onshore flow returns.
San Francisco will have cool weather at first, with lows in the mid-50s. Later it will warm up to the mid-70s. The wind will start blowing harder around lunchtime and won't stop until later in the day. Winds will be on the breezy side coming from the west between 15-30 mph. High temperatures will be lower in areas west of Highway 1, reaching only the upper 60s from the Presidio to the Sunset District and down to San Francisco State University.
The Pacific Coast and Peninsula will have morning fog that will lift between 9-10 a.m. and then it will be sunny. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s. Under partly cloudy skies at Bolinas Lagoon and Bodega Bay, the highs will be in the 60s. Elsewhere, along the coast and the Peninsula, expect mostly sunny skies. The highs will be in the upper 60s at the Pacifica Pier. Highs will be around 70 for the afternoon from El Granada to Half Moon Bay. The highs for today in Daly City will reach 70, while San Bruno will be a tad warmer with highs in the lower 70s. The warmest spots will be across the mid-Peninsula, with San Mateo and Menlo Park reaching the low 80s.
The morning will be foggy in the Sonoma valley. The fog is expected to dissipate by 9 a.m. and give way to sunny skies. Temperatures will be warm in cities like Petaluma, Santa Rosa, and Rohnert Park, with highs expected to be in the low to mid-80s. The Napa Valley will also get warm, up to the mid 80s. The area from Novato to San Rafael should be in the 80s. The cooler spots will be closer to the water, including Sausalito, where highs will be in the 70s. The weather in Mill Valley and Tiburon will be warm, with highs in the upper 70s. High temperatures will be warm across western Solano County, with lows in the low 80s in Vallejo and the upper 80s in Fairfield. The rest of the North Bay will have a gentle west breeze.
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UK braces for autumnal weather with cold winds and showers as temperatures dip below average The Met Office says Britons should wrap up for Autumn as cold winds and showers are set to hit the UK today and tomorrow.
People are battling high north-westerly winds and blustery showers today, which are making the below-average temperatures feel colder than they were over the weekend. The heaviest and most frequent showers are in the north.
Tomorrow's forecast will say that it will be cool with some showers and sunny spells. Temperatures will be about 8C. The UK is moving into autumn weather. The weather has changed this week, with cooler air and rain.
The next few days will see similar conditions across the UK and although it will feel cooler and breezier than recently, this is fairly typical autumn weather for us. Today, temperatures will drop as low as 5 °C in Scotland, while the south will average around 12 °C. Tomorrow's average is expected to be even lower, at 8C, across the UK.
The Met Office said Wednesday will stay cool with a mix of sunshine and showers. Winds will be lighter than on previous days.
Lighter winds on Thursday will mean that it feels a little warmer, before a dry and chilly start on Friday.
Friday is expected to be the windiest day. There will be some sunshine, but there will also be a lot of clouds and rain that will move across the country from west to east.
Daniel Rudman, Met Office Deputy Chief Meteorologist, said, On Friday, a deeper area of low pressure will move into the northwest of the UK.
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