MeteoNews reports that wind speeds of up to 100 kilometers per hour were measured on Saturday at Lac Léman. Partially the streets are flooded, writes 20min.ch. In parts of Bern's canton hail storms have occurred, for example in the Spiez region.
̵1; SRF Meteo (@srfmeteo) June 15, 2019
As reported by the Berner Zeitung, the greenfield festival at the Interlaken airfield must be canceled due to the storm . Meanwhile, the festival continues.
At Lake Geneva there are currently some winds that peak over 100 km / h! In connection with the thunderstorms, winds of up to 100 km / h or locally more can be expected in central and eastern Mittelland during the evening! (ps) @ 20min @ Blickch @nau_live @Tamedia pic.twitter.com/SD3EUotrkQ
– MeteoNews (@MeteoNewsAG) June 15, 2019  Now the thunderstorm goes over the central plateau east of the country, as the tweet from MeteoNews shows. As 20min.ch writes, the station Winterthur was also affected by the heavy rains.
Thunder in Möriken / AG. The powerful #Gewitterfront now moves to # wind rays # stretched rain and locally #Hail in #Eastschweiz ]. Even in #Tessin there must still be heavy thunderstorms! #unweather (rv) pic.twitter.com/87ZWC9QIeC
– MeteoNews (@MeteoNewsAG) June 15, 2019
As Sandra Boner from SRF-Meteo explains a turbulent Saturday afternoon: heavy thunderstorms, heavy winds and partly hail. "The storm lasts at least until midnight. Only at night on the Sunday the weather calms, the air gets drier," says Boner. In eastern Switzerland it should be longer wet. The sky does not shine until Sunday evening.
(anf / fal)
Created: 15.06.2019, 21:34
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