Risk maps show the distribution of weather-related risk conditions through colours for the selected date.
The colours are additionally described by expressions ranging from moderate to severe. A differentiation between wind and precipitation is also given by the colours.
There are 3 stages for wind risk, which are represented on maps in different colours.
A wind risk is indicated if within the indicated period the gusts of wind at the selected place exceed a certain speed in at least one hour. The following stages are valid:
- Yellow: Gusts of wind with a speed of over 50km/h.
- Orange: Gusts of wind with a speed of over 70km/h.
- Red: Gusts of wind with a speed of over 115km/h.
There are 3 stages for precipitation risk, which are represented on maps in different colours.
The symbols indicate the predicted strength of the precipitation.
- Blue: Greater 50mm within the preceding 24 hours.
- Light purple: Greater 70mm within the preceding 24 hours.
- Dark purple: Greater 90mm within the preceding 24 hours.