Head of the Hydrometeorological Laboratory Lyudmila Parshina said that the temperature in Siberia by the end of the week “will suit the roller coaster”, and Yakutia is waiting for a cooling to minus 60 degrees.
In the Omsk region, January 11 will warm to minus one degree, but by December 12 the temperature will drop to minus 19 degrees. In Yakutia, where now 38-43 degrees below zero, by January 12 there will be minus 43-48 degrees. On the night of January 12 in the northeast, the temperature will drop to minus 57 degrees, and in the daytime it will be up to minus 55 degrees below zero.
A short thaw will come to Moscow on January 11, but by January 14, the air temperature will drop to minus eight degrees. Snow will fall on the weekend in the capital.
Earlier it became known that on Saturday and Sunday, January 13 and 14, in Moscow, a record high atmospheric pressure is expected. The chief specialist of the Met Office of Moscow and the region Tatiana Pozdnyakova said that on January 13 the anticyclone center will be located above the capital region, because of which the pressure at the reference station at the Exhibition of Economic Achievements will reach 772 millimeters of mercury. Prior to that, the record for January 13 was 771 millimeters of mercury.