The temperature record has been broken in Yekaterinburg since 1936. Photo

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In Yekaterinburg on the afternoon of June 3, the average daily temperature was +32.5 degrees. This result broke the record set in 1936, meteorologist Alexei Pulin said.

“At 2 p.m., the weather station recorded the air temperature at +32.5 degrees. The daily maximum temperature record for June 3 (+32.1), set in 1936, has been updated,” Pulin wrote in the Weather in Yekaterinburg telegram channel. He notes that the final value of the new high will be known in the evening.

According to meteorologist Pulin, 0.5 millimeters of rain fell in Yekaterinburg late on June 2 and on June 3 at night. This is the first significant rainfall in the Ural capital in 33 days, from the night of May 1.

Sverdlovsk telegram channels began to disseminate information that June 3 in Yekaterinburg is hotter than in Sochi. So, according to Gismeteo, +33 degrees in the Ural capital, and 25 degrees in the resort city.

Earlier in Yekaterinburg, the temperature record was broken since 1952. However, the weatherman predicted thunderstorms and a minimum of precipitation for the weekend. URA.RU also prepared a memo on how Sverdlovsk residents can survive the abnormal heat.

33 degrees Celsius in Yekaterinburg
33 degrees Celsius in Yekaterinburg


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