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Several warnings as the storm Jan draws in over northern sweden

The deep low came in over northern Scandinavia during the Thursday and brought with them very strong winds that gave the storm the whole mountain range. That means more than 25 metres per second. In the villages you can expect with hurricane force.

to Jan, pulls ahead of the Arctic moves busvädret to the east. During Friday is expected gusts even inland, and on the coast, with gusts of wind that touches storm the fortress.

"There are very strong winds in the western part of Norrland and over the border to Norway," says Marisol Huaman, meteorologist at SMHI to DN at 21.30 o'clock on Thursday.

At lunchtime on Thursday had the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute issued a class 2 warning for the mountains and for the whole of the county of Jämtland. For the rest of Norrland, except Gävleborgs län and Norrbottens läns coast, applies to a class 1 warning.

winds are expected over central Norrland and Norway:

– On Spitsbergen is the hurricane, but it has actually calmed down a bit. It is gusting to 35 metres per second, but it has been stronger, " says Rune Skoglund at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute to PLEASE

The areas that were hit hardest by the storm Alfrida do not appear to be affected by the storm, Jan.

the next eke day is the wind, but it will also be snowing, in the far north greatly. Further south it becomes not as intense.

When the eye of the low varmfront passed, it becomes the temporary much milder, and in the mountains are expected to warm from the afternoon.

During the latter part of the Friday the colder air lurking to the north of Scandinavia after hand to take over the command again.

see the next day out to be significantly quieter than in the north. It becomes, in general, any minusgrad in the day, someone or a few degrees above freezing Friday and into the weekend, a return to the downside.

On Sunday it looks to get into a low pressure area in the south with snow, in the far south, however, probably the most rain.

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