The operational forecast of possible emergency situations for May 21, 2020 on the territory of the Russian Federation is determined by the passage of 4 cyclones, 2 anticyclones and the atmospheric fronts.
It’s forecast that there is a possibility of accidents associated with disruption of life support systems, all modes of transport, power lines breakage:
in the Siberian Federal District, in the Omsk Region (wind gusts up to 22 m/s, rain, thunderstorm), in the Altai Territory (heavy rains, thunderstorms, hail, wind gusts up to 20 m/s);
in the Volga Federal District, in the Republic of Bashkortostan and Perm Territory (gusts of wind up to 20 m/s);
in the Northwestern Federal District, in the Leningrad Region (heavy precipitation in the form of rain and wet snow in some areas, sticking of wet snow, gusts of wind up to 17 m/s);
in the North Caucasian Federal District, in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic (thunderstorm, gusty wind up to 23 m/s).
There is a possibility of flooding of lowered areas, household plots, low-water bridges, roads, in the Republic of Tatarstan, the Republic of Mordovia, the Republic of Kabardino-Balkaria, the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District, Arkhangelsk, Tomsk and Omsk regions.
The increase of thermal anomalies, single foci of natural fires (including counter fires of dry vegetation), foci and natural fires are forecast (caused by non-compliance with fire safety requirements; high fire hazard class, gusty winds):
in the Far Eastern Federal District (Transbaikal Territory, Amur Region);
in the Siberian Federal District (Republic of Tuva, Republic of Altai, Republic of Khakassia, Altai, Krasnoyarsk territories, Omsk, Tomsk, Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk regions);
in the Ural Federal District (Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk regions);
in the Volga Federal District (Republic of Tatarstan, Orenburg and Samara regions);
in the Southern Federal District (Republic of Adygea, Republic of Kalmykia, Republic of Crimea, Krasnodar Territory, Rostov Region).
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).