In Khabarovsk Krai and the Jewish Autonomous region will fall two hurricanes in a row

© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Incomerate in fotoballoliscio of the cyclone. Archival photoIn Khabarovsk Krai and the Jewish Autonomous region will fall two hurricanes in a row© RIA Novosti / Vitaly to Uncovereth the image Bank

Two cyclones, one of which is a former Typhoon «Anil» will have an impact on Khabarovsk Krai and Jewish Autonomous oblast for two days, reported RIA Novosti the representative of the far East UGMS Wednesday.

Earlier it was reported that Typhoon «Ampil», which on July 22 was evacuated more than 387 thousand people in Shanghai and the provinces of Zhejiang and Jiangsu in China, has weakened to a conventional cyclone. He had to bring heavy rains in Primorye, July 26-27, however, it changed direction and went towards the Chinese Harbin and the Russian Khabarovsk.

«Khabarovsk Krai on Wednesday was under the authority of a tropical cyclone. Predicted heavy rain. Former Typhoon «Ampil» to us will come to nights on Thursday. This predicted strong rain very strong. The same situation in the Jewish region», — the interlocutor told.

He noted that abate the rains will start on Thursday afternoon.

As reported GUMCHS Russia in Khabarovsk territory, because of rain possible flooding of housing and communal services and energy, the accident at the power lines and communication lines, and roads. In addition, from 1 to 3 August 2018, on the Amur river, the projected increase in water level. According to preliminary estimates, the most significant it will be in Khabarovsk and the village of Elabuga. So, the regional capital, projected level in the 480-550 cm and with the dangerous mark of 600 cm. This can lead to waterlogging of crops, roads, summer cottages on the Islands near Khabarovsk. The possible spill of small rivers.

It is noted that in the regional head office and the operational headquarters, carried out the collection and analysis of information. Forces and means of EMERCOM of Russia and territorial RSChS units are in readiness to react to potential accidents.

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