Forecasters said the weather in Moscow at the weekend

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal in fotobounce the Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral. Archival photoForecasters said the weather in Moscow at the weekend© RIA Novosti / Alexei Druginderal the image Bank

Unstable autumn weather with temperatures around 20 degrees during the day and rains are expected in Moscow in the coming weekend, reported Thursday on the Internet-portal «Meteonovosti».

«In the coming weekend in Moscow and the Moscow region weather will be unstable autumn and cool nights are expected. However, the overall average day temperature will be above normal for mid-September by 2-4 degrees,» — said in the message.

It is noted that on Friday in the capital region without precipitation, pressure will grow in the middle of the day will be a few units higher than normal.

«Precipitation is expected. Night in the capital, about 10 degrees, on area from 7 to 12, sometimes up to 3 degrees, coldest, as expected, in the North suburbs. Day the 14th of September partly cloudy in Moscow 18-20, in the suburbs of 15-20 degrees, wind West of 5-10 meters per second», — say forecasters.

In the night of Saturday will be cool — from 7 to 12 degrees, sometimes to plus 3 degrees, in Moscow is still about 10 degrees, it is specified in the material.

«The day will be more clouds, it will affect the influence of atmospheric front from the South. In the southern districts of the Moscow region and in Moscow may be light rain. In Moscow from 18 to 20, in the region of 15-20 degrees, the wind will change its direction to South-East, in the afternoon it will blow with a force of 5-10 meters per second», — is spoken in the message.

While Sunday will be dominated by cloudy weather, atmospheric fronts go from the West and southwest, night, rain in places and daytime precipitation is expected everywhere. «The wind will turn West, the day will increase to 5-10 meters per second. In Moscow, the maximum temperature of 15-17 degrees on the region from 12 to 17 degrees,» — says the weatherman.

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