Downpours with gusty winds will cover St. Petersburg on Wednesday, June 15, the Main Directorate of the Russian Emergencies Ministry for the city warned.
Experts stressed that wind gusts will reach 15 meters per second. In addition, there will be showers in places.
The townspeople were advised to remove household items from the yard of the house and from the balcony. Motorists were advised to store vehicles in a garage or park away from trees and weakly fortified structures.
Pedestrians should stay away from billboards. In bad weather, it is dangerous to approach buildings with an unstable roof, according to website departments.
Forecaster Alexander Kolesov warned residents of the northern capital about the cold snap. It will cover the city next week.