"Glashalt road conditions in southern Sweden, police urge motorists to avoid parts of the E6 – several traffic accidents have occurred in the south during the morning traffic."
"And SMHI has issued a class 1 warning for snowfall and harsh winds."
"– It is slippery and problematic, well that is my summary, says Kim Hild, at the police command center in the southern region, to the TT."
"– reporting on the jättehalt roads. We should certainly not judge all drivers, but it seems not to have adapted driving to suit the weather on all sides."
"Motorists are able to avoid the E6 between Landskrona and Helsingborg, sweden are invited to do so."
"– Where you can expect hold-up, mainly during the morning with the view on the ice. If you have the opportunity to take a different path so there is a bigger chance to reach their goals, " says Kim Hild."
"Three cars and a truck were involved in a traffic accident on the E6 at the height of the junction Body during the morning rush hour."
" Traffic will be open again, but it doesn't flow on as usual. The emergency services should have cut up a car and helped a woman out. She was awake and talbar and was taken to the hospital, " Kim says Hild."
"– There is definitely more traffic accidents in the area than an ordinary morning."
"Later in the morning occurred in a traffic accident on the E4 highway, with a heavy vehicle involved, which stopped traffic on the E4 highway from the junction They to the junction Body in the direction of Markaryd."
"A real comming pulled in over the country on Sunday night and the biggest snow came in the northern county of Västerbotten and in the southern part of Norrbotten. A previous class 2-warning for snowfall in the north-eastern Norrbotten nedjusterades in the morning to a class 1-warning because of the heavy snowfall started to slow down."
"A class 1 warning is also issued for the southern Norrlandsfjällen where there can be rapid change in the weather with fierce wind and frequent snow showers. Nordvästanvinden also provide windy conditions on all waters, which resulted in the class 1-warnings for gale."
"Warning class 1: Difficult weather."
"poses certain risks to the public and disruption of some societal functions. These include, for example snowfall (at least 5 millimetres in six hours), sudden ishalka, large amounts of rainfall (at least 35 millimeters within 12 hours) or strong thunderstorms."
"Warning class 2: Very difficult weather."
"May involve danger to the public, major material damage and major disturbances in important public services. These include the winds (wind speed of 25 metres per second) and very large amounts of rainfall (at least 70 millimetres in 24 hours) and very strong thunderstorms."
"Warning class 3: Extreme weather"
"Can pose great danger to the public and very large disruption in important societal functions. This category includes winds (gusts of at least 30 metres per second) and orkanbyar (at least 33 meteru002Fsekund)."