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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
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To: Doug R who wrote (3741)5/21/2020 1:13:13 AM
From: Doug R  Read Replies (2) of 4446
Cold continues in Moscow.

For almost a week, Moscow remains dominated by cold weather. The lag in temperature is 3-5 degrees (C). A cold gusty wind blows, it rains regularly.

We warned that the cooling would be protracted. Moreover, from Thursday cooling will intensify.

The average daily temperature drops to + 8°C, this is the criterion from which the central heating is switched on. The weather will still be unstable and windy.

At night, slight frosts are not excluded. Daytime temperature will remain at + 10 … + 15°C. Such values are more typical for the end of April. Warm weather will begin only on May 25.

Still cold in St. Petersburg

Since the middle of last week, cold weather has established in the Leningrad Region with an average daily temperature of 4-6 degrees below normal. Last weekend, this steady cold trend continued.

For a few more days, Petersburgers should not hope for warming. Until next weekend at night 2…4°C, during the day around +10°C. In some areas of the region there is a possibility of precipitation turning into wet snow.
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