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March 30, 2021 9:31 pm

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By Wednesday evening, half of the monthly norm of precipitation may fall, wind gusts will reach 17 meters per second.

According to forecasters, by the evening of March 31, up to 18 millimeters of precipitation may fall in the capital. This is half the monthly norm. The wind is also expected to blow at a speed of 17 meters per second.

“All city services have been put on high alert due to the worsening weather. On round-the-clock duty are emergency teams of engineering companies and prefectures of administrative districts. The power grid companies have been instructed to alert all possible sources of emergency power supply, ”said the Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Housing and Utilities and Improvement

Peter Biryukov.

The city’s life support facilities and fuel and energy facilities are under special control. Mosvodostok brigades are on duty in places of possible water accumulations. Special posts were installed at water bodies for round-the-clock monitoring of the water level in the Moscow River.

During bad weather, townspeople are advised to be especially careful on the street. You cannot hide under trees, park cars near them. Drivers must strictly observe the speed limit and distance.

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