Experts have announced the weather in the region on International Women’s Day.
Precipitation in the form of sleet and rain is forecast for the first half of the new work week. The speed of gusts of wind will reach 7-12 m/s, in some places it will increase to 15-18 m/s.
Warm weather is expected on Wednesday, March 8. Holiday thermometers will show +11…+14 degrees. In the regional center the temperature will be +10…+12 degrees. Light snow and rain are also expected, with the rain ending in the afternoon.
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