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Storm warning and snowfall predicted in Primorye

Storm warning and snowfall predicted in Primorye
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A storm warning was announced in the Primorsky Territory from 28 to 29 January. The wind speed will reach hurricane force and will be up to 30 m / s, more than the monthly norm of precipitation will fall out per day.

According to the press service of the Main Directorate of the EMERCOM of Russia in the Primorsky Territory, according to forecasts, about 20 mm of precipitation is expected. Ice and snow on the roads is possible, a blizzard will begin. An increase in the number of accidents is possible. The risk of accidents at power facilities also increases; loose structures can collapse.

The situation on the coast will be especially complicated - there will be a storm wind up to 30 m / s. The height of waves in the Peter the Great Bay can reach four meters. Rescuers also predict breaking of landfast ice and removal of ice fields into the open part of the bay. Vessels will be subject to rapid icing.

Especially the elements will rage in the southeastern part of the region, but in Vladivostok there will be a particularly strong wind. Residents are advised to refrain from traveling and stay at home if possible.

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