The operational forecast of possible emergency situations for February 26, 2020 on the territory of the Russian Federation is determined by the passage of 4 cyclones, 3 anticyclones and the atmospheric fronts.
Due to the impact of a complex of adverse weather events, there is a possibility of accidents related to the disruption of energy facilities, communications, housing and communal services, life support services, and disruption of all modes of transport:
in the Ural Federal District on the territory of the Chelyabinsk region (precipitation in the form of snow, sleet and rain, deposition of sleet and ice on the wires, ice on the roads);
in the Volga Federal District: in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Orenburg and Saratov regions (wind gusts up to 22 m/s);
in the Southern Federal District: in the Republic of Crimea and Krasnodar Territory (wind gain up to 20 m/s, gusts up to 25 m/s).
Due to the process of ice formation, there is a risk of people and equipment sinking under the ice of water bodies throughout the Russian Federation with the exception of the North Caucasian Federal District, in the Sakhalin Region in the Mordvinov Bay and in some areas of the South-Eastern coast of the Sea of Okhotsk, where the coastal ice may break and break off .
There is avalanche danger in the mountainous regions of the Siberian Federal District (in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Republic of Altai, the Republic of Khakassia, the Republic of Tuva), in the North Caucasian Federal District (in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, the Chechen Republic, the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, the Republic of Dagestan and the Republic of Ingushetia) and in Southern Federal District (in the Republic of Adygea and the Krasnodar Territory).
There is a possibility of activation of landslide processes, landslips, subsidence of soil in the mountainous and foothill areas of the North Caucasian and Southern Federal districts (the Republic of Adygea, the Republic of Crimea, Krasnodar Territory).
The information was prepared based on the data of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia and the All-Russian Research Institute of Civil Defence and Emergencies (FC).