In Moscow and the Moscow region, a “yellow” level of weather danger has been declared until February 5. This was reported on the website of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia on Saturday, February 4.
According to the Hydrometeorological Center, the “yellow” level of weather danger due to black ice will be in effect in Moscow until 09:00 on February 5.
For the same period, a “yellow” level of danger was introduced in the Moscow region.
Earlier, on February 2, Yandex.Weather analysts predicted light snow and cold weather for the coming weekend in the capital. It was noted that on Saturday morning, Muscovites expect light rainfall. More snow is expected on Sunday. The average daily temperature in the capital will be -4 degrees, and in the evening it will drop to -5 degrees.
On January 30, Tatyana Pozdnyakova, a leading specialist at the Meteonovosti information portal, told Izvestiya that the air temperature in Moscow next week would be about 5-6 degrees above the climatic norm, while cooling was expected in the region at the end of the week. According to her, in the coming days cloudy weather with precipitation in the form of light snow will prevail in the capital.
Prior to that, on January 27, a “yellow” level of weather danger was also declared in Moscow. Drivers are urged to keep their distance and speed limits.