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Monitoring Climate Watch Advisory

Climate Watch Advisory

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08.08.2019Temperature will be above normal in Siberia and in the south-eastern regions of Cenral Asia.

08.08.2019Temperature will be below normal in European Russia, Ural and in the western regions of Central Asia.

02.08.2019Temperature will be above normal in Siberia.

26.07.2019Temperature will be above normal in Central Asia.

26.07.2019Temperature will be below normal in European Russia, Belorussia and Ukraine.

08.07.2019Temperature will be above normal in the Central Asia.

05.07.2019Temperature will be below normal in the central and the north-western regions of European Russia, Belorussia and Ukraine.

05.07.2019Temperature will be above normal in Siberia.

28.06.2019Temperature will be above normal in Siberia.

21.06.2019Temperature will be above normal in the southern regions of European part of Russia, Ukraine and Moldova.

21.06.2019Temperature will be above normal in Krasnoyarsk krai, republic of Yakutia and Chukotka.

05.06.2019Temperature will be above normal in the Belorussia, Ukraine and the western regions of Russia.

19.04.2019Temperature will be below normal in the Central Asia.

15.04.2019Temperature will be above normal in the Far Eastern Siberian Federal District.

05.04.2019Temperature will be above normal in the Siberian Federal District.

11.02.2019Temperature will be below normal in the southern regions of the Siberian Federal District.

01.02.2019Temperature will be below normal in the Siberian Federal District.

25.01.2019: Temperature will be below normal in Murmansk region and the Siberian Federal District.

04.12.2018: Temperature will be below normal in the central and southern regions of the Siberian Federal District.

07.09.2018: Precipitation will be above normal in Far East regions.

07.09.2018: Precipitation will be below normal in the central regions of Russia and the northwestern regions of Kazakhstan.

18.05.2018: Temperature will be significantly above normal over the most of the Northwestern federal district of Russia.

30.03.2018: Prolongation of abnormally cold temperature for the northern regions of European Russia, the Urals and West Siberia.

23.03.2018: Prolongation of abnormally cold temperature for European Russia.

16.03.2018: Prolongation of abnormally cold temperature for European Russia.

07.03.2018: Prolongation of abnormally cold temperature for the northern and eastern regions of the European Russia.

02.03.2018: Temperature will be significantly below normal for the most part of the European territory of Russia, the Baltic States, Belarus and Ukraine.

11.12.2017: Prolongation of the cold spell in the southern regions of Far East.

02.12.2017: A cold spell in the southern regions of Far East.

01.11.2017: Precipitation will be above normal in the central and south regions of European Russia.

17.08.2017: A heat wave will remain in the most of the European territory of Russia.

07.08.2017: A heat wave will remain in the south of the European territory of Russia.

03.07.2017: Precipitation will be above normal.

26.06.2017: The heat wave will remain over the most part of Siberia.

26.05.2017: The period with significantly below-normal temperatures will continue in the European Russia during next week.

17.05.2017: The period with significantly below-normal temperatures is expected in Siberia.

11.05.2017: The cold wave will continue for the next week in the European Russia, the Baltics, Belarus and Ukraine.

04.05.2017: Temperature will be significantly below normal for the most part of the European territory of Russia, the Baltic States, Belarus and Ukraine

23.03.2017: Temperature will be significantly above normal. The most significant temperature anomalies are expected in the North and East of Siberia, and also in the central regions of Yakutia.