In Moscow and the Moscow region in the period until 20:00 on September 26, a yellow level of weather hazard was declared, follows from the forecast map on the website of the Hydrometeorological Center. This means the weather is potentially dangerous.
According to the Hydrometeorological Center, gusty winds with a speed of up to 15 m / s are expected.
Earlier, the scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center, Roman Vilfand, said that next week in the European part of Russia there will be much more sun and almost no precipitation. He noted that the daytime air temperature will rise to plus 10-12 degrees, and the nighttime temperature will drop to 0-5 degrees. At the same time, the forecaster did not rule out the occurrence of frosts.
Tatiana Pozdnyakova, chief specialist of the Moscow Meteorological Bureau, said that next week a wave of warm weather is expected in Moscow, however, according to her forecast, one should not expect an Indian summer this year. At the same time, she said that next week a wave of warm weather is expected in the capital with daily temperatures from 12 to 14 degrees Celsius. “During Indian summer, the weather is determined by the western anticyclone, the nights are warm, the weather is dry and the daytime temperature is about 19-20 degrees,” Pozdnyakova said.