Strong winds in 20 regions could lead to power problems and make traffic difficult.
On the afternoon of March 4, the weather in most regions of Ukraine is predicted to worsen weather conditions. Ukrgidromettsentr published a storm warning on the official website.
Forecasters announced the first (“yellow”) level of danger in Kiev, Kiev, Volyn, Rivne, Zhytomyr, Chernigov, Sumy, Kharkiv, Poltava, Dnepropetrovsk, Kirovograd, Cherkasy, Vinnitsa, Zhytomyr, Khmelnytsky, Ternopil, Chernivtsi, Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv and Transcarpathian regions. Calm weather is expected only in the southern and southeastern regions of Ukraine.
Regions of Ukraine where a “yellow” level of danger has been declared
According to the forecast of the Ukrhydrometeorological center, a strong wind is expected in these areas at a speed of 15-20 m/s, the general direction is westerly. It can cause problems in the work of energy, utilities and transport. In general, on March 4, Ukraine will pass without precipitation, only in the north of the country there may be light rain or sleet. The air temperature during the day will be within 1-7 degrees of heat, in the south – from 6 to 11 degrees of heat.
On March 4, the Orthodox Church honors the memory of the holy apostles from 70 Arkhip, Philemon and the martyr Apphia. In addition, the world celebrates World Day Against Sexual Exploitation and World Day Against Obesity. Focus wrote what not to do on this day.
On March 1, Dmitry Gerega, Commander of the Support Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, told how meteorologists help the military prepare offensives. In particular, during the counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region, forecasts made it possible to build river crossings in a timely manner.
On February 27, the Ministry of Energy told how spring affects energy supply in Ukraine. According to Minister German Galushchenko, thanks to the warm weather, power supply has improved, stabilization shutdowns have been canceled, and street lighting has been returned in some regions. There will be light in the houses in the future, if Russia does not launch new missile strikes on the infrastructure.
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