Residents of Central Russia have been warned of an impending seven-day heat wave. This was reported by RIA News Yevgeny Tishkovets, leading specialist of the Phobos weather center.
According to the expert, “if the beginning of the week, in sunny weather, starts from the daytime temperature of + 22-27, then by the middle it will get warmer to + 25-30, and by the weekend the heat will increase to + 28-33”. He also noted that the temperature will rise at night.
Tishkovets explained that the residents of the region will find a clear sky, ideal visibility and a weakening of the wind to a calm one, due to which the temperature background by the end of the week will be five to seven degrees higher than the July norm for many years.
Nevertheless, by the middle of the month, atmospheric stratification will become unstable with positive energy, which contributes to the formation of separate arrays of thunderstorm clouds. “Therefore, the“ lifetime ”of a sultry anticyclone will not exceed seven days, which means that there will be no recurrence of a prolonged drought in 2010,” the forecaster summed up.
Earlier, the scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center, Roman Vilfand, spoke about when the heat peak will come in Central Russia. According to him, the last five-day week of July is the warmest for this region in terms of climate. At the same time, he stressed that if you look at the whole year, then the hottest days will be July 31 and August 1. In Central Russia, the land has not yet fully warmed up, so it is still taking heat away.