In the capital region came the driest week of the summer. This was reported in the National news service (NSN) on Monday, August 7th.
Monday afternoon, August 7, is expected to be 28 degrees, and the next night to 18 degrees Celsius. Until Sunday, August 13, in Moscow, the precipitation is almost negligible due to the dominant anticyclone.
In early July, the Director of the hydrometeorological Roman Vilfand said that in the second half of the month on the territory of the Central Russia expected showers, thunderstorms and tornadoes. He stressed that many natural disasters still cannot be predicted in advance.
Cold summer of 2017 and late harvest vegetables brought in Russia to inflation to the forecasted 3.8 to 4.4 percent. In June, according to experts, bad weather led to the increase in everyday expenses of residents to the maximum level over the past few years. “Now the situation is changing, and we see that inflation will move towards the forecast that we had,” said the head of the Ministry Maxim Oreshkin at the end of July.