Rescuers Kamchatka moved to high alert

EMERCOM Russia's Kamchatka region and its structural units moved to high alert due to come up to the shores of the peninsula cyclone, according to Russia's EMERCOM for Kamchatka region.

Atmospheric vortex, coming up to the shores of Kamchatka from the Sea of Japan, is the peninsula of heavy precipitation in the form of rain and wet snow, squally wind. According to forecasters, under the influence of the element of Kamchatka fall on Thursday night. Blizzards are expected in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, in the Elizovsky, Ust-Bolsheretsk and Sobolev areas.

"Defence Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia on the Kamchatka Territory recommends limiting travel outside populated areas during adverse weather event. Tourist groups and hunters should wait out the bad weather in the settlements," — said in a statement.

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