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Iceland Meteorological Agency

Until the end of today, the Icelandic Meteorological Agency has issued yellow weather warnings to most of the country, warning of strong winds and heavy rainfall that could lead to rockfalls and landslides.

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The southwesterly winds are strong in Faxaflói and are expected to reach 25-30 m / s. According to the warning, strong winds are expected in the northeastern, northwestern and southeastern parts of the country, and sandstorms may occur in the southeastern part. Wind speeds can reach 30-40 m / s in the central highlands, especially around mountains.

Travelers are encouraged to pay attention and plan accordingly based on the weather forecast. Large vehicles are vulnerable to rollover collisions in strong winds.

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