Snowfall and strong winds, which were effective in Slovenia and Croatia, negatively affected life.
According to local media reports, the snowfall that began in Slovenia last night caused traffic accidents, while trees were destroyed due to strong winds, which closed roads to traffic in some areas. Several regions experienced power outages, including the capital, Ljubljana.
While warnings were issued not to travel unless essential in the country, the blizzard and strong winds, which added to its impact, were reported to have caused 57 kilometers of vehicle queues on the Koper-Ljubljana highway.
Red alert in Croatia
In a written statement made by the Croatian State Meteorological Institute (DHMZ), it was stated that while a red alert was issued for the regions of Rijeka, Kvarner and Kvarnerik due to the storm in the country, ferry services were suspended.
The statement also indicated that an orange alert was issued due to strong winds in the Dalmatia region.
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