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9. September - Klappe, die zweite
Bis vor ca. 30 min war das Wetter in Reykjavík okay. Der Wind hatte nachgelassen, es regnete nur. Aber jetzt geht es wieder los und die Aussichten sind nicht die besten. Ab Mitternacht wieder Böen bis 35 m/sek ... wuuunderbar ;-).



Aus diesem Wetter kannst du echt zwei machen. Mal sehen, wie lange mein Zelt heute durchhält. Ich bin gewappnet ;-).

Die weiteren Aussichten sind ebenfalls bescheiden: http://en.vedur.is/about-imo/news/nr/3187.

It should be noted that this week's weather is dominated by wet and windy conditions due to a series of low-pressure systems. A deep low resulted in storm-force south-easterly winds (20 - 25 m/s) yesterday that affected southern and western regions. Prolonged rainfall is continuing to affect the west, south, and south-east of the country.
The storm will be followed closely by another low tonight, Wednesday evening, 9 September, which will bring intense rainfall to south-east Iceland and, for a time, the Snæfellsnes peninsula. Rising stream and river levels are expected on the southern coast from Wednesday afternoon and throughout Thursday, from Eyjafjallajökull eastwards to Djúpivogur in the East Fjords. In mountainous coastal regions, intense rainfall could trigger hazardous landslides and mudflows without warning.
All travel plans this week should be made with the latest weather warnings in mind. Travellers are advised to stay away from all watercourses during the coming days. We strongly advise against crossing streams and rivers in the above-mentioned regions.

Wenn ich mir so die Vorhersage für die nächsten Tage anschaue, dann schau ich lieber weg ... "schön" ist etwas anderes ;-). Machen wir das Beste daraus!

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