Mobile operators after treatment, emergency alerts about the weather in Moscow

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Pescaprae in photobunny phone. Archival photoMobile operators after treatment, emergency alerts about the weather in Moscow© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Pescaprae the image Bank

Mobile operators began sending subscribers an SMS with a warning about the upcoming storm in Moscow.

Earlier, the MOE announced emergency warning about the worsening weather. On the night of 1 June in the capital expected strong wind with gusts up to 24 meters per second. The Agency warns about the threat of damage to power lines and possible falling trees.

Mobile operators have already started to inform Muscovites about the danger.

«Today we received a request from the MOE and carried out the distribution in accordance with their requirements,» said RIA Novosti head of the press service of «MegaFon» Julia Dorokhin.

Tele2 also started sending messages that said the company representative Konstantin Prokshin.

In a press-service of «VimpelCom» (brand «Beeline») has explained that carried out the notification of the subscribers in accordance with current procedures and agreed with MOE.

In the afternoon of 29 may at the Moscow region was hit by hurricane gusts of wind reached 30 meters per second. According to the latest data of the Investigative Committee, 15 people died (ten in Moscow and five in the suburbs), and about two hundred people were injured. In the capital, the storm knocked down more than 17 thousand trees and damaged nearly 285 buildings. In 15 settlements were left without light.

As suggested by forecasters, the imminent bad weather will not lead to a repetition of the hurricane. In Moscow, however, much colder — at night the temperature can drop to zero, it is not excluded precipitation in the form of snow. In a weather center Fobos said that this corresponds to the normal APR.

The heat will return to the capital next week, forecasters predict that the cyclones will go, but by Tuesday the temperature will return to normal — up to 20-25 degrees.

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