Heavy rainfall warning in 27 provinces

The General Directorate of Meteorology issued a storm and heavy rainfall warning for 27 provinces. While an orange-coded warning was issued for Hatay, a yellow-coded warning was issued for 26 provinces, including Adana, Düzce, Erzurum and Trabzon.

In Türkiye, which was under the influence of cold and rainy weather at the weekend, the storm paralyzed life yesterday. Roofs and trees were blown off in many cities and transportation services were canceled. Meteorology has issued yellow and orange coded warnings for 27 cities today.

According to the latest assessments made by the General Directorate of Meteorology, the precipitation that will continue in the northern, central and eastern parts of our country is expected to be strong in the Eastern Black Sea, eastern Eastern Anatolia, Batman and Siirt, and very strong in places around Trabzon, Rize and Artvin. It is estimated that the air temperature will decrease noticeably (6 to 12 degrees) in the northern, central and eastern parts, while there will be no significant change in the southern and western parts. The wind is expected to be generally southerly, from west and northwest directions in the interior and western parts in time, light to moderate, strong and occasionally short-lived storms in the eastern Mediterranean, western Black Sea, eastern Anatolia and western and northeastern Southeastern Anatolia.


Precipitation is expected to be strong in the eastern Black Sea, eastern Anatolia and Batman and Siirt regions, and very strong in Trabzon, Rize and Artvin regions. Precipitation in the central and eastern parts is expected to be in the form of mixed rain and snow in high and mountainous areas. It is necessary to be careful and cautious against adverse conditions such as flooding, flooding, disruptions in transportation against adverse conditions caused by strong precipitation.

Ece Nagihan

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