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    Guide to warning classification

    Warning class 1 - Severe weather

    The developing weather could lead to risks to public safety and disruption of some public services.

    Warning class 2 - Very severe weather

    The developing weather could be dangerous, causing considerable structural damage and significant disruption of public services. Keep updated with information issued via internet, radio and TV.

    Warning class 3 - Extreme weather

    Extreme weather is expected which could be very dangerous, causing widespread damage and major disruption of public services. Keep updated with information issued via internet, radio and TV.

    Warning class 1 - Severe weather

    The developing weather could lead to risks to public safety and disruption of some public services.

    Warning class 2 - Very severe weather

    The developing weather could be dangerous, causing considerable structural damage and significant disruption of public services. Keep updated with information issued via internet, radio and TV.

    Warning class 3 - Extreme weather

    Extreme weather is expected which could be very dangerous, causing widespread damage and major disruption of public services. Keep updated with information issued via internet, radio and TV.

    Risk of very severe weather (Risk)

    A risk is not a warning. Risks are used for greater uncertainties in weather development. The uncertainty may concern the strength of a phenomenon or its geographical extent. If a forecast becomes less uncertain then a risk can become a warning.

    Fire risk (Risk)

    Dry conditions mean that grass and forest fires may start and spread. Be very careful with any outdoor fires. Often a ban on outdoor fires has been issued by the local council.

    Notification about high temperatures

    A notification is not a warning. A period of warmer weather is expected, which can cause some problems to risk groups. This notification is mainly for health care providers.

    Risk of very severe weather (Risk)

    A risk is not a warning. Risks are used for greater uncertainties in weather development. The uncertainty may concern the strength of a phenomenon or its geographical extent. If a forecast becomes less uncertain then a risk can become a warning.

    Fire risk (Risk)

    Dry conditions mean that grass and forest fires may start and spread. Be very careful with any outdoor fires. Often a ban on outdoor fires has been issued by the local council.

    Notification about high temperatures

    A notification is not a warning. A period of warmer weather is expected, which can cause some problems to risk groups. This notification is mainly for health care providers.