During the non-working days introduced in Russia due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the weather in the center of the country will be rainy, but warm. The forecast in a conversation with “Lenta.ru” was given by the head of the forecast center “Phobos” Alexander Shuvalov.
According to the forecaster, precipitation will begin in central Russia from October 26-27, which will last two to three days, after which warm weather will come, during the day the temperature will reach ten degrees.
“Not bad for late October and early November. And I want to say that when all cultural institutions are closed, it is conducive to gaining strength and health in walks in the fresh air, ”Shuvalov said.
More precipitation is expected in Arkhangelsk, Murmansk, Syktyvkar and Petrozavodsk – there are the main paths of cyclones. In addition, there will be a different temperature background – it will fluctuate within 1-6 degrees Celsius.
In the south of Russia, there is an invasion of cold, accompanied by heavy rainfall, which will soon recede into the mountains, Shuvalov notes. Until about October 30 in the south it will be about 11-13 degrees Celsius during the day, in the steppe regions of the Don region it may be freezing, which is a common occurrence for this time of the year. From the first days of November, the temperature will go up, and the thermometers will show 16-18 degrees.
In the south of the port of Siberia on 27-28, the temperature will drop by 8 degrees. Shuvalov that frosts are possible in the daytime. At the same time, there will be no heavy rainfall, but they cannot be completely ruled out.
“That is, the most important narrative of these days for southwestern and eastern Siberia is cooling and lowering temperatures. But, probably, for Siberians about zero in early November is not the worst and the coldest weather, ”he said.
In the east of Russia, practically the same situation is developing as in the European territory – the south of the Far East, the Jewish Autonomous Region, Primorsky Krai and the south of Khabarovsk are rigidly transformed in areas of high pressure, which means a mild temperature. In the Primorsky Territory, it will be 15-17 degrees Celsius until the end of October, but in early November the temperature will drop to 10-12 degrees. However, these indicators will certainly be higher than the average statistical values of this period, the forecaster concluded.
Russian President Vladimir Putin declared non-working days from October 30 to November 7, however, some regions began them earlier, depending on the epidemiological situation. In Moscow, non-working days will begin on 28 October.