Wednesday , May 18 2022

The hail of #foto #video fell again in Gorenska this afternoon



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The Kranska Gora, Jesenich and Lesk districts were hit by a heavy thunderstorm in the afternoon. Rainstorms and strong gusts of wind were sometimes accompanied by hail. Fortunately, today's storm in the Gorenska region did not do much damage. In Kranska Gora, firefighters and utility company employees pulled down the fallen trees, and in the Bled area firefighters pumped meteor water from basements and garages.

The hail was raining in Crane Mountain. Source: Neurje.si


Hail is reported by the municipalities of Kranska Gora, Jesenice and Radovlitsa. The photo above shows how the ice balls in Kranska Gora cover the green.

Hail hail near Lescock. Source: Neurje.si.


The rainfall was again accompanied by strong gusts of wind, but this time, according to the Administration for Protection and Rescue, this storm did not cause much damage in the Gorenska region.

The storm in Jesenice. Source: Neurje.si.


Again on Wednesday, possible thunderstorms and thunderstorms are possible

The evening will be partly clear, especially in northern Slovenia, local thunderstorms and storms will continue to form. At night the atmosphere will calm down and in the morning in most parts of Slovenia it will be mostly clear. The lowest morning temperatures will be from 14 to 19, by sea to 21 degrees Celsius.

Wednesday will be sunny with occasional cloudy skies. In northwestern Slovenia there will be more cloud cover, with a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening. The southwest wind will blow. The highest daily temperatures will be 29 to 34 degrees Celsius.




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On Thursday, slight change, on Friday and Saturday again sunny

On Thursday it will be partly cloudy with a chance of rain and thunderstorms. An east wind will blow. It will be mostly sunny on Friday, it will be foggy in the morning. It will be clear and hot on Saturday, according to the Environment Agency (Arso).

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