Roman Vilfand, scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia, said that from March 6 to 12, daytime temperatures in Moscow will fluctuate around zero degrees. At the same time, the capital is expected to face frosts down to -12 degrees at night.
Meteorologists predict temperatures of -4 to +1 degrees at night and -2 to +3 degrees during the day. According to expert calculations, abnormally cold weather awaits the capital on Friday, when the thermometer drops to -12 degrees at night and -4 degrees during the day.
Vilfand explains such a strong freeze as “cyclonic activity”. He also said that this week in Moscow we can expect record high snowdrifts for the whole winter.
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