Photo: PONTUS LUNDAHL / TT.
Photo: PONTUS LUNDAHL / TT.

Stormy weather on the way

A storm from the British Isles is now blowing into Sweden meaning snow and ice for many Swedish roadways and strong winds.

SMHI, the Swedish weather agency, has issued a class one warning for all of Sweden's coastlines, as well as for counties in Western Sweden from Halland to the mountains in the north west.

A class one warning means public services could be suspended due to the bad weather. Meanwhile, a class two warning was issued for the Norra Kvarken and Bottenviken coastlines in the northeast duw to high water levels. A class two warning means potential danger for residents and property damage.

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