Forecasters warn Russians about multidirectional temperature anomalies on the territory of the Russian Federation from October to March. It will be coldest in February.
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Forecasters noted that the Western regions of the North-Western Federal District, the Krasnoyarsk Territory, the Kemerovo and Irkutsk regions, the Far Eastern Federal District can expect an average monthly temperature above normal. The southern regions of the Central and Volga Federal Districts will feel that October this year will be rather cold. According to information from the Hydrometeorological Center, the North-West Federal District, the Volga, Ural and Siberian Federal Districts and the north-east of Yakutia will feel that the air temperature in November is higher than normal. In turn, the Magadan region and Chukotka will feel a sharp cooling.
The Northwestern Federal District, the Volga, Ural and Siberian Federal Districts and Yakutia will meet the first month of winter with temperatures above normal. According to forecasters, the South, North Caucasian and Volga Federal Districts will be marked by temperatures above normal. The Central and Siberian Federal Districts will feel a colder snap, RIA Novosti reports.