Hot weather, 33 degrees, which is expected in the Crimean (Krasnodar region) in the coming days, could hamper the work of rescue services, the head of Hydromet Alexander Frolov.
"In areas of the Crimean weather in the coming days will be even more dry, but hot — 31-33 degrees is expected. This can hinder the work of rescuers" — Frolov said on the sidelines of a news conference at RIA Novosti.
Flooding on the night of July 7, 7000 flooded the houses in the city of Gelendzhik, Crimean and Novorossiysk, and in some villages of the Krasnodar Territory. Violated the electrical, gas and water supply, road and rail traffic. The city and the neighboring village of Krymsk came the biggest shock element.