20:38, February 26, 2021

Daily operational forecast for February 27, 2021

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The operational forecast of possible emergency situations for February 27, 2021 on the territory of the Russian Federation is determined by the passage of 4 cyclones, 3 anticyclones and the atmospheric fronts.

Due to the severe weather phenomena, the emergencies including the disruption of life support services, energy facilities, communications, housing and communal services, and all modes of transport, flooding of low-lying areas are forecast:

in the Ural Federal District, in the Kurgan, Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk and Tyumen regions (abnormally cold weather with an average daily air temperature below the climatic norm by 7 degrees or more).

Due to the adverse weather phenomena, the accidents including the disruption of life support systems, all modes of transport, power lines breakage are forecast:

in the Ural Federal District, in the Chelyabinsk Region (blizzards, heavy snow, wind gusts up to 18 m / s, snow drifts on the roads, ice cover);

in the Volga Federal District, in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Republic of Tatarstan, Orenburg and Samara regions (heavy precipitation (snow, sleet, rain, freezing rain 2-19 mm), wind gusts up to 22 m/s);

in the Southern Federal District, in the Krasnodar Territory (high wind).

The landslides, landslips, subsidence of soil in the mountainous and foothill areas are forecast in the North Caucasian Federal and Southern Federal districts.

There is an avalanche danger in the mountainous regions of the Siberian Federal District (Krasnoyarsk Territory, Republic of Altai, Republic of Khakassia, Tyva, Irkutsk and Kemerovo regions), the Southern Federal District (Republic of Adygea, Krasnodar Territory), the North Caucasian Federal District (Republic of Karachay-Cherkessia, Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, Republic of Dagestan).

The information was prepared based on the data of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia and the All-Russian Research Institute of Civil Defence and Emergencies (FC).

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