Record-breaking cold across European Russia

Record cold across many different entire regions.

In the Pushkin Mountains (Pskov Region) the thermometer dropped to +6°C, the previous record of +7.4°C was observed fifty years ago.

Sukhinichi (Kaluga Region) also a new record of cold +4.5°C, the previous +8.1°C, which lasted 50 years.

In Bryansk, the new absolute minimum temperature for August 5 is now +5.8, the previous +7.1 was recorded in 1969.

In Tula, the new absolute minimum is +4.3 against 2001 with a value of +7.2 degrees.

In Orel, +4.2, which is lower than the previous one by 3.6 degrees for 1969.

In Yelets, a new cold record is +6.5, which is 1.5 degrees lower than the previous one observed in 1976.

In Voronezh, +6.1, the previous cold record for August 5 was recorded in 1944 and amounted to +7.9.

In Rybinsk (Yaroslavl region), the air cooled to +6.9, thereby overthrowing 1965 with a temperature of +8.7.

In Vladimir, the new record +5, which is 2.2 degrees lower than the previous one in 1960.

In Kolomna (Moscow region), the new absolute minimum is +4.7, which is 0.3 degrees lower than the previous one, which lasted almost 60 years.

In the village of Pavelets (Ryazan region), the air cooled to +5.4 degrees, which is 0.9 lower than in 1944.

And in Ryazan itself, too, a new absolute minimum of +3.2, the previous +6.4 recorded in the same 1944.

In Yalatma (Ryazan Region, October 5, the air cooled to = 2 degrees, which is lower than the previous record by 4 degrees in 1923.

In Nizhny Novgorod +5.3, which is 1.3 degrees lower than the previous one, which lasted more than 100 years.

In Lukoyanovo (Nizhny Novgorod Region) + 5.6 previous

(Meteonovosti-RU)

Average daily air temperature was below the long-term values ​​by 4-6, and in the central regions by 8 degrees. In a number of settlements, record low temperatures for August 5 were recorded.

http://www.hmn.ru/index.php?index=1&ts=190806135336

Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link


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