Snow forecast for European part of Russia

“Forecasters warned of snow and strong winds in the European part of Russia,” reads the title.

19 Sep 2019 – RIA News. “On Sunday in the European part of Russia, rain, sleet and heavy wind are expected, the Hydrometeorological Center said.

“…the air temperature will be below the average by  four to five degrees.”

Thanks to Alexey Parkhomenko for this link

2 thoughts on “Snow forecast for European part of Russia”

  1. When in Russia include heating?

    In the European part of Russia, residents of Naryan-Mar are the first to receive warmth at home. Here, the “hot” period for energy engineers begins on September 1. A little later, the nine-month relay race is taken by Murmansk, then successively Arkhangelsk, Vologda and Petrozavodsk.
    But September 1 is not the first start date of the heating season in Russia. For example, in Chokurdakh, the average daily temperature crosses the desired limit on August 10. On August 20, usually include heating in Khatanga, on August 25 – in Anadyr. Already in September, almost 70% of the country’s territory needs to be heated. Heat is supplied to the houses of Yakutsk, Magadan, Khanty-Mansiysk, Irkutsk, Tyumen, Yekaterinburg.

    In October, the heating season arrives in the south of the Far East and in central ETR. One of the last domestic comforts is found in Sochi. Here, the heating season lasts only 3 months, from December 10 to March 10.

    However, Russia is a great country. There are many cities where you cannot live without heating even in July. For example, in Cape Schmidt and Dixon Island, the average daily temperature usually does not rise above +6.

    ‘As a Geograph I think when ‘heating’ system earlier starts is becoming colder like a LIA. And…when in USA start the date heating?’

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