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Storm warning due to heat announced in Primorye

Storm warning due to heat announced in Primorye
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Due to the abnormally hot weather in the Primorsky Territory, a storm warning was announced. In the coming days, the average daily air temperature will exceed the climatic norm by 7 degrees or more.

Primhydromet announced a storm warning for the period from 23 to 27 July for most of the Primorsky Territory. In the western and central regions of the region, the temperature can rise to 37 degrees and higher, in the southern - up to 35.

A storm warning is announced because on hot days, the likelihood of emergency situations at enterprises increases due to the weakening of attention and loss of staff efficiency. In addition, the risk of road accidents, man-made emergencies and fires, accidents on the railway, oil and gas pipelines increases. The likelihood of death in water bodies is becoming higher. Also, the risks of forest and landscape fires, the transition of fire to houses and outbuildings, as well as smoke from highways, are increasing.

According to Primhydromet, in the second decade of July, the average air temperature exceeded the norm by 3-7 degrees, while the precipitation was less than half of the average values.

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