the Air on the capital’s main meteorological station at ENEA by 13:00 Wednesday, June 17, warmed up to the mark at 29.6 degrees. These data led the Hydrometeorological centre of Russia, noting that segodnyashnii day broke a temperature record in 1956, when the capital was 29.4 degrees.
According to forecasters, on 17 June 2020 was the hottest day in 70 years of observations.
In the capital there is the penultimate “orange” level of weather danger because of the heat. Meanwhile, on Sunday in Moscow weather forecasters promise a significant cold.
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