May 2020 in Moscow may be the windiest in 100 years
NDI days in this century. This was stated on May 18 by the chief specialist of the Moscow meteorological Bureau, Tatyana Pozdnyakova.
“This is due to the fact that a powerful high-altitude cyclone has formed over the North of the European territory of Russia, around which ground cyclones are already rotating. And because of the atmospheric fronts of this system, we practically do not get out of the state of windy weather.”
In the coming days, wind gusts of up to 15 m/s will remain in places in the capital, Pozdnyakova noted. Wind gusts up to 17 m / 18 on May 18, notes. In General, the temperature in may will be close to the climate norm — it will either match it, or it will be slightly lower.
On the eve of the hydrometeorological center of Russia reported that in Moscow and the Moscow region until the evening of May 19, gusty winds are expected.