air temperature Oimyakon and Verkhoyansk ulus of Yakutia in the coming days could drop to minus 68 degrees.This was announced on Monday the representative of management of hydrometeorology and environmental monitoring of air sredy.Temperatura in Oimyakon and Verkhoyansk ulus of Yakutia in the coming days could drop to minus 68 degrees.This was announced on Monday the representative of management of hydrometeorology and environmental monitoring.
"In the coming days we expect a cold snap in the Verkhoyansk and Oymyakonsky District, where the thermometer can drop to 64-68 degrees below zero", - said the meteorologist.According to him, in the night from Sunday to Monday, the air temperature in the Yakutian village of Oymyakon, which is considered a pole of cold in the Northern Hemisphere this winter for the first time dropped to minus 60 degrees.
"At the other extreme cold, in the city of Verkhoyansk, which is 600 kilometers from Oimyakon slightly warmer - the temperature on Sunday night there was 55 degr
note, due to the fact that the greater part of Yakutia due to severe frost persists weather pronounced spastic type, the persons having propensity to spastic reactions, it should be reserved by necessary medicines, especially at an exit from a warm premise on street.
At the same time majority of residents of the capital region will have a negative effect an increased background of atmospheric pressure.And above all, possible deterioration of health in elderly people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, as well as in patients with unstable own pressure.I must say that the additional load factor is unstable geomagnetic background.In addition, according to the Met Office in Moscow and the Moscow region, on Monday afternoon synoptic situation will be within the normal range.The temperature during the day will increase slightly and will be in Moscow from -9 to -7, in Moscow from 5 to 10 degrees below zero.The wind will blow from the south at a speed of 5-10, some gusts will reach 12-14 meters per second.Icy conditions persist.