Record cold in Moscow and Moscow Region

At 6 am of July 30 in the village of Cherusti, thermometers showed +3.1°C.

This the record lowest temperature ever observed in the Moscow region that date. Prior to this, the coldest July 30 was in Klin with a low of +3.9°C.

In Moscow, the lowest temperature was at 24 km of the Moscow Ring Road, where the temperature dropped to 5.2°C. In the territory of Butovo was 6.3°C.


Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link

3 thoughts on “Record cold in Moscow and Moscow Region”

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  3. Here in the Moscow Region we are facing a mighty strike of cold, the weather resembles second half of September.
    Climatewise, the end of July and beginning of August form the warmest period of the year in Central Russia. For this reason the 1980s Olympics in Moscow took place from the 19th of July till the 3rd of August. I well remember, that then it was at least 10 degrees warmer than now.

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