Are you one of the danes, who are looking towards the Norwegian mountains to stay over the summer, it's probably not enough to pack the sunscreen and hiking sticks.
In the mountains the last few days dropped up to 40 centimeters of snow, and this weekend it was the norwegians up to the coldest julimorgen in more than 50 years. The coldest was the Norwegian mountain area Jotunheimen, where on Saturday was measured -7,2 degrees at Sognefjellet, which is located in 1413 meters height.
And the winter weather looks to return soon.
on Monday afternoon warns of the YR, which is the Norwegian equivalent of the DMI, against the snow on the mountains.
'We're waiting for the snow on the mountains in southern Norway in the evening and in the morning. Therefore, we have sent a farevarsel. Who is going to drop snow down to 800 metres of altitude', write YR on Twitter.
We are waiting for snø on the mountains in #SørNorge in kveld and in the morning, Therefore, we have sent ut farevarsel on the gult nivå. It comes to y falle snø over 800 meters. See more on https://t.co/sb4X9as5HV. pic.twitter.com/NlM7YZFU2D— Meteorologene (@Meteorologene) July 6, 2020
the Notice applies to about half of the country and goes from Stavanger in the south to Molde in the north. Weather service warns against strong winds on Monday and Tuesday.
The sudden change of weather has got the Norwegian authorities to warn against driving in the mountains in summer tires.