The forecast of possible emergencies on 28 March 2018 is determined by 4 cyclones, 5 anticyclones and the effect of atmospheric fronts.
No emergency situations caused by dangerous weather are forecast.
There might be disruptions in the operation of energy supply and communications facilities, housing and utilities, essential services and transport services in: Khabarovsk Territory, Amur, Magadan and Jewish Autonomous Regions – heavy rains and slush up to 20mm, wind gusts up to 18-23 m/s; in Bashkortostan and Tatarstan, Samara, Saratov and Orenburg Regions – wind gusts up to 18-20 m/s, sleet sticking.
There is a threat of local flooding of low-lands, local motorways in the Altai Republic, Buryatia, Tyva and Khakassia, Transbaikalian, Maritime, south of Krasnoyarsk and south of Khabarovsk Territories, Irkutsk, Kemerovo, Amur and Jewish Autonomous Area. Dangerous water levels are forecast in rivers of Altai Territory, as well as flooding of 42 settlements, caused by intensive snow melting and high temperatures.
There is avalanche risk in North Ossetia Alania (Alagir District), Dagestan (Bezhta District, Tsunta District, Rutul District, Tlyarata District), Karachay-Cherkessia (Zelenchukskaya District, Karachayevsk Urban District), Kabardino-Balkaria (Elbrussky District), Krasnodar Territory (mountainous areas of Sochi), Kamchatka Territory (Bystrinsky and Yelizovo Districts, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Urban District), Magadan (Khasynsky, Omskuchan, Tenkinsky Districts) and Sakhalin Regions.
There is a higher risk of fishermen and vehicles falling through thin ice at waterways in Karelia (White Sea, Lakes Onega and Ladoga), Kamchatka (Bering Sea and Lake Nerpichye), Krasnoyarsk Territory (Beryozovskaya Power Station Reservoir, Krasnoyarsk Reservoir and Yenisei River), Maritime Territory (Amur Bay, Ussuri Bay, Peter the Great Gulf), Vologda (Rybinskoye Reservoir), Kemerovo (Belovskoye Reservoir), Leningrad (Volkhovskaya Bay, Svirskaya Bay, Luzhskaya Bay, Koporskaya Bay, Neva Bay, Petrokrepost Bay, Vyborg Gulf and Gulf of Finland, Sestroretskaya sandbank and Lake Ladoga) and Novgorod (Lake Ilmen) Regions, Nenets Autonomous Area (Barents Sea).
The information is based on the data provided by the Antistikhia Center and The Russian Weather Service.