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Typhoon " Talas " Is Coming Closer To Primorie
5.09.2011 11:28

Thunderstorms have started at night in the eastern areas of the region. The threat of tough rain will remain through the nearest 24 hours.


The western parts of the region, including Vladivostok, are in in the rear of the storm. The rain is possible here, but it will be of less intensity. In the seaside areas of the region the wind has become stronger since last night and its gust reaches 20-25 metres per second. The storm will move along the Strait of Tartary to the shore of Khabarovsk on Wednesday. The weather is going to get better, the wind will calm down.


Month norm of precipitation is expected in the eastern and central areas of the region for the storm period. The experts forecast the beginnings of extreme situations, caudes by malfunction of work of all means of transport, windfall of trees, advertisement hoardings, constructions and break of electricity transmission.



Tags: Primorie natural disasters    

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