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    Increased water levels are expected in SE and E today with increased risk of mud slides.
  • Warning

    Severe gales (more than 20 m/s) expected in the highlands, also in the northeast part for a period today. Heavy rain expected in SE-Iceland. Valid to 25.09.2017 00:00 More

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Weather forecast for the next 24 hours

Southeast 10-18 m/s, but 18-23 by the northeast coast for a period today. Considerable or heavy rain in the southeast parts, showery rain in the southwest, but clearing in the north. Becoming southwest 10-18 m/s with rain showers by afternoon, first in the southwest. Temperatures 7 to 15 C, mildest in the northeast, becoming cooler in the evening.
Forecast made 24.09.2017 00:22

Forecaster's remarks

Considerable or heavy rain expected in SE-Iceland until afternoon.
Severe gales (more than 20 m/s) are expected in the highlands but also by the northeast coast for a period today.
Prepared by the meteorologist on duty 24.09.2017 00:22

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