The Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), issued a statement earlier today confirming that storm Karlotta should not directly affect mainland Portugal or the Madeira Archipelago.
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Due to adverse weather conditions tomorrow afternoon (8th of February), Thursday, 'Garouta do Calhau' has decided to postpone the scheduled Carnival parade.
Following the forecast of bad weather, which will hit Madeira tomorrow, the 16th of January, the Madeira Airport management recommends that all passengers check their flight status before they leave for the airport. “Adverse weather conditions may condition airport operations – departures and arrivals. Confirm the status of your flight…
The Institute of Forests and Nature Conservation (IFCN) has confirmed that the classified walking routes will be closed tomorrow (16th of January), for safety reasons.
Madeira has recorded a new national historical maximum value of precipitation, during the passage of Storm Oscar through the region, announced the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA).
Madeira's International Airport was affected by strong winds again today, with nine flights being diverted and four flight cancellations.
The Porto Santo Line (PSL) has confirmed that they have cancelled their scheduled sailing for tomorrow due to bad weather, making it impossible for the ship to dock in Porto Santo.
The Porto Santo Line issued a statement this evening, confirming that they will be cancelling tomorrow's scheduled service due to bad weather.
There was chaos this morning as 15 flights were diverted due to bad weather.
Based on information received by the Portuguese Institute of Atmosphere and Sea (IPMA), Madeira will be under a yellow heavy rain warning between midnight and 6 am tomorrow.
Bad weather yet again has affected the operationality of Madeira's International Airport. Most of this morning's flights were diverted to Porto Santo.
Continuing strong winds adversely affected the island earlier today.
The weather over Madeira has been different to say the least, with thunderstorms in Porto Moniz, flooding in Santana and the south of the island being coated in dust, and subject to strong winds; gusts which today reached 58 km/h, although it felt a lot worse in Caminho dos Pretos this morning.