Daily forecast, 7 June 2018

The forecast of possible emergencies on 7 June 2018 is determined by 4 cyclones, 4 anticyclones and the effect of atmospheric fronts.

There might be disruptions in normal functioning of the society, operation of transport, power supply facilities, communication, housing and utilities in Ural Federal District:

In Chelyabinsk, Sverdlovsk, Tyumen and Kurgan Regions, in Khanty-Mansi and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Areas – rains, thunderstorms, hail, gusts of wind of up to 25 m/s.

In the next three days:

-          The town of Tara may be further flooded in Omsk Region due to flooding of the Arkarka river;

-          Up to 10 summer cottage properties located near the Ob river in the city of Novosibirsk may be flooded in Novosibirsk Region due to higher amount of discharge at the Novosibirsk Hydropower Plant;

-          High water levels and flooding risks will remain in the Kolyma river (near the settlements of Srednekolymsk and Kolymskoye), Lake Nalimskoye (near the settlement of Nalimsk) in the Sakha Republic. Water levels may hit dangerous points and flood settlements along the Kolyma river (the settlement of Pokhodsk) and the Yana river (the settlement of Nizhneyansk),

-          Water levels can hit dangerous points and flood the Mayn river (near the settlement of Vayegi) in Chukotka Autonomous Area.

There is a high risk of wildfires spreading to settlements, infrastructure (including power towers) and areas of wildfires getting larger in Far Eastern Federal District (Amur Region, Khabarovsk Territory and the Sakha Republic (Yakutia)), Siberian Federal District (Krasnoyarsk and Transbaikalian Territories, the Altai Republic, Buryatia and Irkutsk Region), Southern Federal District (Kalmykia, Krasnodar Territory, Astrakhan Region, Volgograd Region, Rostov Region, Stavropol Territory) and North Caucasian Federal District (Dagestan).

There are rockfall risks in mountainous Ciscaucasia, Adygea and Krasnodar Territory (mountainous areas of Sochi).

The information is based on the data provided by the Antistikhia Center and The Russian Weather Service.