Snow and a noticeable cooling down to 2-3°C are predicted in the Moscow region on October 31 and November 1. Roman Vilfand, scientific director of the Russian Hydrometeorological Center, spoke about this on Saturday, October 29.
According to the meteorologist, “certainly cool weather” is expected in Moscow and the Moscow region on the last day of October. At night, the thermometers will drop to minus 5°C, during the day the air will warm up to a maximum of 2°C above zero, informs TASS. At the same time, on October 31, weather forecasters promise wet snow.
On Tuesday, November 1, precipitation will become less intense, but it will be almost as cold. At night, the temperature will rise no higher than minus 2°C, during the day it is predicted from 0°C to 5°C.
Roman Vilfand noted that this cooling will seem strong, but such a temperature background is close to long-term values.
Earlier, the weather center “Phobos” said that the weekend of October 29 and 30 in Moscow and the Moscow region will be record warm, but windy and rainy, about a quarter of the entire monthly rainfall will fall. However the heat won’t last longalready in the second half of Sunday, a cold atmospheric front will begin to break into the capital region, which will be accompanied by the beginning of the invasion of polar air and storm winds with gusts of up to 15–20 m/s.