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Wind gusts can reach 17 meters per second.

Rain and increased wind will continue in Moscow until the end of the day. During a thunderstorm, gusts of wind can reach 12-17 meters per second.

Damage to power lines and advertising structures, falling trees, as well as traffic congestion are possible. Citizens are advised to observe safety measures and limit their stay on the street.

If heavy rain leads to flooding, Muscovites can report them to the round-the-clock central dispatch service of Mosvodostok by phone: +7 (495) 657-87-03. If the area near the house is flooded, you can send an application to the district council (contacts are on the administration’s website), to the district prefecture (contact information is on the prefecture’s website), through a single dispatch center by phone: +7 (495) 539-53-53.

Complaints are also accepted through the portal “Our town”in the topic “Flooding of the local area” and on the hotline of the Association of Administrative and Technical Inspections: +7 (499) 264-96-81. If water has accumulated in the underground passages, you need to contact GBU “Gormost” by calling the dispatch office around the clock: +7 (495) 632-58-46.

Next week in Moscow will be warm, but rainy. Thunderstorms are expected from June 7-11. During the day, the air temperature in the capital will be 20 degrees, and at night it will not drop below plus 14.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and or sentence structure not be perfect.

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