Forecasters predict the regions of the Central Federal district (CFD), where in recent days a rainy and warm weather, cold down to freezing in Voronezh, and Bryansk regions (which can affect the harvest), as well as increase of wind up to 15-17 m/s in Tambov, Kostroma, Ryazan regions. About TASS on Wednesday said the regional chief administrations of the Ministry of emergency situations and the national weather.

"Thursday, may 14, will be cloudy with clearings, night without any precipitations, temperature – plus 1-6 degrees, in places frosts to a minus 2 degrees. Morning fogs and afternoon rain and sometimes even with the storm, South wind 7-10 m/s, sometimes with gusts up to 15 m/s. daytime Temperature – plus 14-19 degrees", – said the duty forecaster of hydrometeorological centre of the Voronezh.

According to her, the cold connected with the passage from the North-West of a cold front and the inflow of Arctic air. Similar weather is expected in the Lipetsk and Bryansk regions. As noted in the GU Ministry of emergency situations of the Bryansk region, because of this frost "possible adverse effects of temperature on agricultural crops, including their death".

"In the Tambov region weather the rest of the week will be cold and rainy, no Sunny days and low temperature front. Today on the territory of the region expected wind gusts up to 18 m/S. the night Temperature will be 1-3 degrees Celsius during the day – plus 15-17 degrees", – said TASS in Tambov the weather center.

Similar weather conditions in the coming days, people expect Ivanovo, Orel and Kaluga regions, where, according to weather forecasters, may fall to 20% from monthly norm of precipitation.

To 13-16 degrees in the afternoon the air warms up in the Yaroslavl, Bryansk, Kursk, Vladimir, Ryazan regions. In the next two days in the regions also predicted cloudy and windy weather. Strong gusts of wind, as noted in the press service of EMERCOM in the Belgorod region, has already led may 13, to falling trees in some localities, while no one was hurt.

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Jennifer Alvarez is an investigative journalist and is a correspondent for European Union. She is based in Zurich in Switzerland and her field of work include covering human rights violations which take place in the various countries in and outside Europe. She also reports about the political situation in European Union. She has worked with some reputed companies in Europe and is currently contributing to USA News as a freelance journalist. As someone who has a Masters’ degree in Human Rights she also delivers lectures on Intercultural Management to students of Human Rights. She is also an authority on the Arab world politics and their diversity.