According to the IMGW, the most vulnerable area is along the coast, and in the adjoining Pomerania region of northern Poland.
The worst is expected in the afternoon and at night, with winds estimated to blow at 60 km per hour on the eastern stretch of the coastline tonight, with gusts possibly reaching 135 km per hour (around 84 mph).
Winds of over 119 km per hour (74 mph) are typically classified as reaching hurricane levels.
Other parts of Poland are also bracing themselves for intense winds.
In Warsaw gusts may reach 65 km per hour (40 mph) in the afternoon and 90 km per hour (56 mph) at night.
The Wielkopolska, Łodz, Lubusz regions could see gusts reaching 110 km per hour (68 mph) at night.
The IMGW has also warned that drivers and pedestrians should pay particular care in areas where winds are accompanied by snowfall, with the combination making a lethal cocktail.
Please stay safe, guys, if you can, stay at home and avoid going out for the next three days at least. It’s heavy raining on the coastline right now and wind gets stronger and stronger.
Signal boost this message, please, for it might be dangerous and a serious life threat for people living close to the sea.