The weather Preikestolen forecast issued (local time): 12 am Tuesday, December 06, 1999
Day 0-3 pulpit rock weather summary: heavy rain (total 48 mm), heaviest during Wed morning. Mild temperatures (max 7 ° C on Wed afternoon, min 2 ° C on Tue afternoon). Winds increasing (calm on Monday night, strong winds from the W Thursday afternoon).
Day 3-6 weather Preikestolen summary: heavy rain (total 100 mm), heaviest during the afternoon. Mild temperatures (max 7 ° C on a free night, min 3 ° C on sat afternoon). Especially firm.
This table gives an estimate of the weather for a specific altitude Preikestolen 604 m. advanced weather Models we allow us to provide weather forecasts for several different heights from Preikestolen.
Meteorologists forecast text Weather Preikestolen
Preikestolen or Prekestolen , also known as the old local name Hyvlatonnå (polishing wood slats), is a large cliff 604 km above Lysefjorden, opposite the Kjerag plateau, in the Valley of Forsand, Ryfylke, Norway. Top of the Hill is almost flat and is a famous tourist attractions in Norway.
According to estimates by 2012, it is visited by approximately 150,000 to 200,000 people per year making it one of the natural attractions most visited in Norway.
The West Coast south of the outskirts of the Shifting wind. Stay and to some degree weather. Fog locally. On Tuesday night the wind fresh South aust at the beach, a small breeze South Beach North of the Sognefjord. Tilskyende from the West. The temperature fell.
The West Coast south of Stad increased to places affected the South wind, a strong Gale in the North coast of Sognefjord, Wednesday night. After each rain, snow, and ice inner strokes and higher then the snow more than 800-1200 m. many local precipitation North of the Boknafjord.
West Coast south western suburbs or Southwest wind, the fresh breeze on the beach, with a stiff wind at the edges. Rain and drizzle, but little rainfall South of Stavanger.
Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) is closed due to weather
Police have closed the road to the pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) due to reports of rain and storm. Some tourists are frozen and the wounded have received help from health professionals.
It is not recommended to walk in the mountains now. The main reason why the trail to the pulpit Rock is closed is to provide first aid Norway and other health professionals the Road safe for work.
There are a few tourists who need help. There were reports of broken bones, heart problems and hypothermia, said operations manager Kjetil Føyen the newspaper Aftonbladet.
Norway first aid has now been emptied Pulpit Rock plateau for people and opened a camp warm living near the trail.
Føyen also stated that police are considering the closure of the trail to the Mountain Kjerag in Lysefjorden.
The Meteorological Department on Sunday announced forecast-OBS with reports of heavy rain and strong winds in Hordaland, Rogaland and Sogn and Fjordane.
How to get to Preikestolen
Public transport in major seson: ferries from Fiskepirterminalen in Stavanger Tau and corresponding bus to Preikestolen Fjellstue where you start climbing, transport or Boreal Tide Buss/Norled. www.Boreal.No or www.tidebuss.no
Public transport low seson: ferry from Stavanger to Tau and Jørpeland corresponding bus. The remaining part of the way is by taxi from Jørpeland to Preikestolen fjellstue (about 9 km).
By car: Drive to Lauvvik and crosses by ferry from Lauvvik to Oanes and continue along Rv 13 and follow the signs to the Preikestolen. Or go by ferry from Stavanger Tau (40 minutes) and drive South on National Tourist route Ryfylke follow signs to Preikestolen.