According to him, the European part of Russia will be at the mercy of the cyclone. The gaps in the cloud fields will be very small and for a short time, “literally minutes,” the meteorologist said.
In the first half of the week, the air will cool down to -8…-10 degrees at night and a maximum of 0 degrees during the day.
On March 9 it will be hotter: at night – minus four degrees, during the day – up to plus three.
On Friday, Moscow will be at the rear of the cyclone, which will make it colder: at night – up to 12 degrees below zero.
Earlier it was reported that the height of snowdrifts in Moscow reached record levels – 41-48 centimeters. “We can expect a new record,” Vilfand said.