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Forecasters predict hail in the Sverdlovsk region

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Rescuers warn of bad weather in the coming days in the Sverdlovsk region
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Rain, thunderstorms and hail are expected in the Sverdlovsk region. Rescuers ask Sverdlovsk residents not to ignore weather forecasts and plan their affairs with this in mind. Information about the bad weather appeared in the official telegram channel of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Sverdlovsk Region.

“According to weather forecasters, winds with gusts of up to 18 m/s, heavy rains, thunderstorms and hail are expected in places in the Sverdlovsk region in the coming days,” the ministry said in a statement. Rescuers first announced a bad weather warning for June 17, then the warning was extended for another day.

The Ministry of Emergency Situations recommends to stop all work in the open air and at height, not to go outside unless absolutely necessary. “Keep as far as possible from light buildings, bus stops, power lines, trees. Danger can be represented by elements of the roof and glass, torn off by the wind. Such a threat is growing near buildings under construction or renovation,” the press service said. Also, do not hide from a thunderstorm under the trees, approach water bodies and use the phone.

Rain, thunderstorms and hail are expected in the Sverdlovsk region. Rescuers ask Sverdlovsk residents not to ignore weather forecasts and plan their affairs with this in mind. Information about the bad weather appeared in the official telegram channel of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations in the Sverdlovsk Region. “According to weather forecasters, winds with gusts of up to 18 m/s, heavy rains, thunderstorms and hail are expected in places in the Sverdlovsk region in the coming days,” the ministry said in a statement. Rescuers first announced a bad weather warning for June 17, then the warning was extended for another day. The Ministry of Emergency Situations recommends to stop all work in the open air and at height, not to go outside unless absolutely necessary. “Keep as far as possible from light buildings, bus stops, power lines, trees. Danger can be represented by elements of the roof and glass, torn off by the wind. Such a threat is growing near buildings under construction or renovation,” the press service said. Also, do not hide from a thunderstorm under the trees, approach water bodies and use the phone.

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