COD PORTOCALIU: 27-01-2021 ora 10 Intre 27 ianuarie, ora 10:00 – 27 ianuarie, ora 21:00Fenomene vizate se va semnala 27 ianuarie, ora 10:00 – 27 ianuarie, ora 21:00Fenomene vizate COD GALBEN: 27-01-2021 ora 19 Intre 19:00 si 23:00 se va semnala ninsoare și vânt, cu rafale de 70-80 km/h, iar la altitudini de peste 1800 m, trecător până la 90-100 km/h, viscolind ninsoarea, spulberând zăpada și determinând scăderea vizibilității in Județul Argeş, Județul Prahova, Județul Buzău, Județul Dâmboviţa; COD PORTOCALIU: 27-01-2021 ora 17 Intre 17:30 si 20:30 se va semnala ninsoare cu depunere de strat de zăpadă de aproximativ 15...20 cm - în zonă s-au depus în ultimele 6-9 ore 60-80 cm de zăpadă in Județul Braşov, Județul Sibiu; COD GALBEN: 27-01-2021 ora 17 Intre 17:00 si 23:00 se va semnala La altitudini de peste 1800 m, vor fi intensificări ale vântului, cu rafale de 90-100 km/h, spulberând zăpada și determinând scăderea vizibilității in Județul Caraş-Severin, Județul Hunedoara; COD GALBEN: 27-01-2021 ora 17 Intre 17:00 si 20:00 se va semnala intensificări ale vântului cu viteze la rafală de 55-60 km/h in Județul Dolj, Județul Mehedinţi; COD GALBEN: 27-01-2021 ora 16 Intre 16:00 si 20:00 se va semnala Intensificări locale ale vântului, cu viteze de 55...60 km/h. În zona Carpaților de Curbură, 70..90 m/h, viscolind ninsoarea și determinând scăderea vizibilității in Județul Bacău, Județul Botoşani, Județul Neamţ, Județul Vrancea, Județul Iaşi, Județul Vaslui; COD GALBEN: 27-01-2021 ora 15 Intre 15:00 si 20:00 se va semnala intensificări ale vântului cu viteze la rafală în general de 70-80 km/h, iar la altitudini de peste 1800 m, rafalele vor depăşi 90 km/h viscolind ninsoarea, spulberând zăpada și determinând scăderea vizibilității. in Județul Gorj, Județul Vâlcea, Județul Mehedinţi;

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