In Primorye, introduced a regime of high alert in anticipation of super Typhoon Noru

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Incomerate in fotoballoliscio of the Typhoon. Archival photoIn Primorye, introduced a regime of high alert in anticipation of super Typhoon Noru© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Uncovereth the image Bank

High alert imposed in Primorye in connection with the possible exit of Typhoon Noru to region 8-10 August, according to the administration of the province.

On the eve of the Typhoon Noru took place in the northwestern part of the Pacific ocean. He is in the stage of the super Typhoon. The pressure at the centre of 930 hPa, maximum wind near the center is about 70 m/s for several days the Typhoon will continue to move in a North-westerly direction.

As previously reported by Primgidromet, during the period August 8-10, in varying degrees, the Typhoon will affect the weather in Primorsky region, however accurate its trajectory is difficult to determine. In case of unfavorable development of the situation the rise of the level of the river can reach three meters, which will lead to flooding of roads. Forecasters warned tourists about the readiness for immediate evacuation.

«The Governor accepted the decision about introduction in the territory of high alert today. As reported to the heads of departments of energy, housing and communal services and fuel resources, transport and roads, health, civil protection in the region has alerted more than 3,500 people and trained 1600 units. In case of emergency situations generated more than 800 teams,» — said in the message.

Formed fuel, equipment and supplies to restore utilities infrastructure. In case of possible flooding, boiler housing and communal services is ready to promptly dismantle the equipment. In hospitals creates a supply of medication for a few days, and in the villages of the territory is podvorovoy the bypass for public warning.

Territory Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky instructed to check the serviceability of stormwater and drainage canals, as well as to inform tourists on the coast about a possible disaster.