While the world of sport achievements is just getting ready to spread their wings, after the stormy hurricane of a pandemic in the first days of summer already broken temperature records in some cities of Belarus.
it is reported, on 9 June, BelTA, citing data from the center for environmental monitoring Ministry of natural resources. In Mogilev, which is situated on the East of the country, the thermometer rose on the eve to the level of 30.2 degrees Celsius. The previous record day, say the experts, plus 30,1, was recorded 64 years ago.
Plus of 29.9 degrees was in the resort town of Naroch. The previous record of 29.3 degrees was set in these parts nine years ago. But in the Belarusian Suzdal, as by tradition, like to call Mstislavl, nestled on the border of Mogilev and Smolensk regions, the thermometer kept at the level of 28.7 above zero degrees exceeding last year’s record.
Repeated on Monday a record in 1956 in the ancient Bobruisk, where the temperature has reached plus of 30.3. In the record book, meteorologists skidded and Lelchitsy village in the Gomel region, where the repeated record 1998 of 31.4 degrees Celsius.
Expected next temperature records up to 33 degrees in the country and on Tuesday, 9 June. However, slightly cooler, forecasters expect will be in the West of Brest and Grodno regions, where it is expected only 23-25 degrees above zero.
by the Way, day weather center presented statistics on climate records in the Republic of Belarus in the history of meteorological observations. It was found in particular that the maximum temperature of 38 degrees was in vasilevichy in 1946, and in the nation’s capital in 1936, it was 35 degrees. And one more detail from the Synoptics: in the practice of observation in Minsk the maximum wind speed was 28 m/s in 1955.