What will the coming winter be like?

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25 September. The upcoming winter will be about normal or slightly above normal - this forecast was announced by the head of the Hydrometeorological Center Roman Wilfand.

In the central part of Russia, the climatic winter begins on 10-11 November. This year it is expected that in most of the European part of Russia the temperature will be about normal: the prevailing temperature during the day will be in the range from minus 2 to plus 3 degrees, at night, frosts up to minus 15 degrees are possible.

December will be cooler than usual in the Rostov region, the Krasnodar Territory and most of the Republic of Yakutia. In Moscow, the weather is forecasted to be normal, 5 to 10 degrees below zero at night and 5 to 7 degrees below zero in the afternoon. However, in December frosts up to 15 - 20 degrees below zero are not excluded - these figures also fit into the norm.

January will be cool for the inhabitants of the south of Siberia, the west of the Amur Region, Transbaikalia, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District, the north of Kamchatka, the eastern part of the Magadan Region and Chukotka.

In February it is colder than the norm expected in Moscow and regions south of the capital of Russia. In the north of the European part of Russia and the entire Asian part, the temperature is about or above normal.

March is expected to be warm throughout the European part of Russia, in Western Siberia, the Urals and Yakutia.

Soon, in October, Moscow expects 2 to 7 degrees of heat at night and 10 to 15 degrees of heat in the afternoon. "We can say with certainty that the temperature will be above the norm in the south of the European part of Russia, in Siberia and in the chernozem regions," Roman Vilfand told journalists. Comfortable temperature in the South of Russia can prolong the "velvet" season.

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