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Frightening Warning: Istanbul may experience a harsh winter

The rainy weather system moving from Europe to Turkey will negatively affect life. It is estimated that the harsh and memorable winter of 1985 will be experienced again in Istanbul if the rains are effective.

The harsh winter, which started in February 1985 and continued until March, affecting Istanbul badly. 18 hours of snow fell in the city and the snow thickness reached almost 1 meter. Hours of snowfall paralyzed life, and even the wolves from the Belgrad Forest went into the city.

IT WILL BE COMING TO TURKEY FROM EUROPE

Forecasts indicate that a similar cold weather wave is approaching Istanbul. The arrival of the cold weather system in Turkey, which is likely to move from Europe to Turkey, will bring one of the harshest winters in history. According to the estimates made from the radar; Turning the direction of the cold airwave to Turkey will cause winter to knock on our door.

HOW WILL THE WEATHER BE TODAY?

In the weather report published today by the General Directorate of Meteorology, heavy snow, storm, avalanche, and heavy rainfall warnings were made. While it has been reported that the precipitation will be effective in a large part of the country such as Izmir, Aydin, Canakkale and Edremit Bay, on the other hand, it has been reported that the snow thickness can reach up to 25 cm in many provinces such as Ankara, Adiyaman, and Kahramanmaras, where snowfall is expected to be effective.

ISTANBUL IS RAINY

In MGM forecasts, the weather in Istanbul was announced today as intermittent rain and torrential rain until night hours. The General Directorate of Meteorology, which warns the citizens due to the strong winds and storms expected to be effective in the Marmara region, said, “We should be careful and cautious against negativities such as roofs flying, stove and flue gas poisoning, tree, and pole falling, and transportation disruptions.”

Source: Haberler.com / Translated by Irem Yildiz

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