Forecasters predict a hot June and July in the cool western Siberia

Forecasters predict a hot and sometimes dry and cool in June, but was close to normal in July in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo region, in the Altai Krai and Altai Republic, told reporters on Thursday, the head of the West Siberian Hydrometeorological Lyudmila Voronina.

According to her, the average temperature in the first week of the summer was above the norm by seven degrees. Now come to the region cyclone, Thursday-Saturday are expected short rains are not excluded showers, thunderstorms, hail, squally winds increased to 17-22 meters per second.

Good weather forecast from June 10, the day will again be about 27-32 degrees at night — about 12-17 degrees. Will be slightly cooler on June 12.

"The second half of June is expected to once again hot, above the norm by 5-6 degrees, the average temperature — 20-23 degrees. This means about 29-33 degrees during the day and night, about 13-18" — said Voronin.

She reported that at the end of the month is expected to decrease in temperature.

"July until the preliminary to our forecasts, we expect colder than usual — one degree in the Novosibirsk and Tomsk regions. And close to the norm in the Altai region, Altai Republic in the south of the Kemerovo region," — said Voronin.

Chief meteorologist reported that, according to preliminary forecasts, unspecified, August expected to be about normal.

In addition, she said that in June forecast rainfall deficit in the Novosibirsk region, the Altai region, in the south of Tomsk region, in other areas close to the norm.

In July, in some areas of West Siberia precipitation will be above normal.

Voronin also said the case now in the region weather anomalies.

"June turns warmer north. South Altai, Altai Republic — here we expect the average monthly temperature and can be about one degree above normal. A warmer turns to the north, that is, we expected to heat center in the north of Tomsk Oblast, Khanty- Mansi and Yamal-Nenets region, "- she said.

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