After a week of cold weather and rainy weather, the heat will return to Central Russia. The thermometer will start to rise on Sunday, June 13. This was reported to RIA Novosti by specialists of the Hydrometeorological Center.
What will be the temperature?
At the beginning of next week (June 14-20), the temperature will increase by one or two degrees, said the scientific director of the center Roman Vilfand. Specialist of the institution Marina Makarova she clarified that on Monday, June 14, and on Tuesday, June 15, Central Russia will be in the warm part of the cyclone, the air will warm up to +20 & hellip;+25°.
How else will the weather change?
According to Vilfand, the weather pattern will change from Sunday: there will be much less rain. This is due to the fact that the southern cyclone will be replaced by another atmospheric vortex. It will move north of Moscow, and the capital region will be in its southern periphery, Makarova explained. This will also cause the wind direction to change, it will become warmer, and the air will become drier.
How long will the warming last?
Makarova noted that the warm weather will last until Tuesday. Then, according to the forecast, a cold front will come to Central Russia and Moscow, and the temperature will drop slightly again.
What will the weather be like in Moscow on June 12-14?
According to the forecast of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia in Moscow on the afternoon of June 12, cloudy weather with short-term rains and thunderstorms is expected. Temperature +21…+23 & deg;, wind east, south-east 5-10 m/s.
On the night of Sunday, June 13, it will be cloudy and rainy in the capital. The thermometer will drop to +13 & hellip;+15 & deg;, the wind will blow at the same speed.
On the afternoon of June 13, the air will warm up to +23…+25 & deg;, but short-term rains and thunderstorms will still occur. South wind, 5-10 m/s.
On the night of Monday, June 14, the weather is predicted to be about the same as on the previous night.
On Monday afternoon, partly cloudy weather is expected, with short-term rain possible, without thunderstorms. It will warm up a little more to +24 … 26°. The wind will change to the west, the speed is still the same 3-5 m/s.
Are cold spells and rains typical for Moscow’s climate in June?
This week (June 7-13) in Moscow and the region, the temperature did not rise above +22°, there was cloudy weather, sometimes rain with thunderstorms. Vilfand noted that now Muscovites are experiencing normal summer weather. Nighttime thermometer readings are close to the ” old ” climate standards of the 1960’s, and the daytime ones are even slightly higher.
According to Makarova, spot rains of about 25-30 mm, which were in the Moscow region, can not be called a record. This amount of precipitation is typical for the summer of Moscow and the Moscow region.