The weather is again identified as potentially dangerous. There may be ice on the roads. Authorities urge drivers and pedestrians to take extreme caution. And, if possible, those who want to get behind the wheel of their car should refrain from traveling and using public transport due to the high risk of accidents.
For now, the warning is valid until 1 p.m. on November 21. And the “yellow” level of climate danger was announced on November 17.
For his part, the city’s chief meteorologist, Alexander Kolesov, warns that residents of St. Petersburg should expect serious weather changes on the night of November 23. A cyclone will approach the northern capital. In case of snow, the wind blows with gusts of between 15 and 17 meters per second. Blizzard conditions are forecast in some areas.
In the next few days the thermometer will read between -3 and -8 degrees. Even slight warming, up to -1 degree, is likely. And in the future citizens will face winter weather with negative temperatures.