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Power engineers of Primorye switched to high alert mode

Power engineers of Primorye switched to high alert mode

In the Primorsky electrical networks (a branch of JSC "DRSK"), a high alert mode was introduced due to worsening weather conditions in Primorye on November 30 and December 1. 

The branch has prepared additional forces and means for the prompt elimination of possible emergency situations, a round-the-clock duty of repair and operating personnel has been established. Brigades and equipment have been trained, including cross-country vehicles, tractor, special and lifting equipment. The company also ensured the duty of additional personnel of the operational-dispatching groups. In addition, in order to reinforce the personnel in certain areas, the branch relocated divisions. Interaction has been established with the Ministry of Emergency Situations, related network organizations, heads of municipalities.

According to the weather forecast, due to the displacement of the southern cyclone to the territory of Primorsky Territory, in the afternoon of November 30, at night and in the afternoon of December 1, heavy and very heavy precipitation in the form of snow is expected in the Territory. In Vladivostok, in the afternoon of November 30 and in the first half of the night of December 1, very heavy snow is expected with an amount of more than 20 mm.

Ice and snow are expected on the roads along the edge. In the continental part of the region, the wind will increase up to 18-23 m / s, in the morning and afternoon on December 1 in the east of the region in gusts up to 25-27 m / s, on the capes of the coast gusts up to 35-38 m / s. When the wind increases, a blizzard and snow drifts are expected.

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