Record warm night predicted for Muscovites

An employee of the Phobos Weather Center predicted the warmest autumn night in the last 73 years Muscovites have a record warm autumn night. His words are quoted by Kommersant.

According to Tishkovets, the night of November 29-30 will be the warmest in the last 73 years. Not only the temperature will be abnormal – the drop in atmospheric pressure by the morning of November 30 may also become a record one since 1988.

However, the last autumn heat will not affect the timely arrival of winter on December 1 in any way. “All the anomalous amount of heavenly moisture that has fallen out the day before will freeze and turn into strong ice. It will become very slippery on the roads and sidewalks, “Tishkovets noted.

Earlier it was reported that forecasters had announced a yellow level of weather danger in Moscow due to icy conditions. The warning was in effect until 11:00 am Sunday, November 28th.



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