In Moscow, drivers were advised to switch to the metro at 12.30

Due to bad weather conditions, Moscow drivers were asked to switch to the metro. This suggestion given Capital Ministry of Transport is on the Telegram channel.

“Today weather forecasters are predicting rain and strong winds. “We recommend using the metro to get around the city,” says the publication.

The Ministry of Transport also warned that there may be traffic problems in the city center in the evening. A similar situation will be observed on outbound highways and the Moscow Ring Road.

On the eve of weather forecasters saidHe said tornadoes could appear in many Russian cities in the next two to three days. Atmospheric vortices are expected with a probability of 20-30% in Moscow, Bryansk, Yaroslavl and Cherepovets.

Forecasters explained that a sharp increase in air temperature leads to energy saturation of atmospheric processes, which increases the likelihood of hurricanes. Such events are expected in the central region of the country, especially in cities that have been affected by the “front zone” for several days. Dangerous cumulonimbus clouds (hurricanes) may form during the day.

lightning before hit In Moscow, a child was placed on his bicycle and completely burned.

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Source: Gazeta


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