Europe: Very dangerous weather – ESTOFEX Storm Forecast: LEVEL 3! for parts of POLAND and W BELARUS Damaging wind gusts, large and very hail, excessive precipitation and SIGNIFICANT TORNADO EVENT. – Published 190715 1216z

Storm Forecast

Storm Forecast
Valid: Sun 19 Jul 2015 06:00 to Mon 20 Jul 2015 06:00 UTC
Issued: Sun 19 Jul 2015 00:01
Forecaster: TASZAREK

A level 3 was issued for parts of Poland and W Belarus mainly for the damaging wind gusts, large and very hail, excessive precipitation and significant tornado event.

A level 2 was issued for parts of Germany, Poland, Belarus, NW Ukraine and N Czech Republic mainly for the severe wind gusts, large hail, tornadoes and excessive precipitation.

A level 1 was issued for parts of S Finland and parts of Russia mainly for the large hail and severe wind gusts.

A level 1 was issued for parts of UK, Netherlands, S Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, N Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, W Hungary, Belarus and NW Ukraine mainly for the large hail, severe wind gusts and excessive precipitation.

A level 1 was issued for NE Spain mainly for the large hail and excessive precipitation.


Most of the Central, SW, S and SE Europe is covered with highly unstable warm and moist tropical air mass with dew points up to 20C. A ridge extending from Azores up to Iberian Peninsula inhibits convection in this region. Strong capping inversions are also present in the Apennine and most of the Balkan Peninsula. Weakening high is places over Black Sea while the numerous troughs are located over British Isles, Scandinavia and N Russia. Jet streak separating polar and tropical air mass is stretching from the N Atlantic trough England, N Germany and Poland up to Russia. Within this jet, a short-wave with thermal low is predicted to provide a good overlap of instability, moisture, lift and wind shear over parts of Germany, Poland and Belarus.


…Germany, Poland, Belarus, NW Ukraine…

Particularly severe weather is expected in the afternoon hours within the shortwave that will pass these countries in the forecast period and provide the great source of lifting mechanism. An overlap of SB CAPE exceeding 1000-2000 J/kg and DLS over 20-25 m/s in the large area extending from central Germany up to Poland is expected to produce widespread severe weather. Around noon, convection should start over Germany and most likely in the form of the supercell thunderstorms produce damaging wind gusts and large to very large hail. An increased 0-1km SRH over 100 m2/s2 and LLS exceeding 10 m/s cannot rule out tornado occurrence within these cells. In the afternoon hours CI should also take place in W Poland. Since these cells will form in the highly unstable (1500-2000 J/kg) and strongly sheared environment (DLS ~ 25 m/s, MLS ~ 20 m/s, LLS ~ 15 m/s, 0-3km SRH up to 300 m2/s2) with the support of the QG lift, an organized squall line is likely to form. It is likely that such a squall line will contain bow echos and the wind gusts within these may exceed 33 m/s. The transformation into derecho cannot be ruled out. Level 3 denote the area where according to the current understanding and NWP data the movement of this line is the most probable. However, models are not consistent with the direction of the MCS movement, some of them predicts propagation of the squall line to the Belarus, while some of them shifts the system more to the warm air mass. It is possible that an early-hours convection that will pass through N Poland may provide conditions more conducive for MCS turning more to the S. Due to these uncertainties, both scenarios are partially included in the level 3 area. Although the main threat are damaging wind gusts, conditions in the late afternoon hours (when the relative humidity will drop and thus the LCL) will be conducive for tornadoes, especially in the E Poland. An impressive overlap of 0-1km SRH ~ 400 m2/s2 with LLS ~ 12.5 m/s and CAPE ~ 1000 J/kg may result in a significant tornado event if isolated or embedded supercells will be present. These may be possible in the southern flank of the squall line. Within these storms very large hail is also possible. It is predicted that the MCS will enter Belarus and parts of Ukraine in the late evening hours and weaken, but still will be capable of producing severe wind gusts. If derecho will form, the system may be capable of producing damaging wind gusts also in the late evening hours, therefore level 3 is also extended to the parts of Belarus further east. Extreme values of PW (40-45 mm) may also result in a large precipitation amounts on the track of the MCS.

…parts of UK, Denmark, Netherlands, N Germany, Baltic Sea…

Although models predicts very large DLS over these areas (25-30 m/s) they are not as consistent with thermodynamic instability. Thunderstorms that will form within the short-wave may become supercells and create threat for the large hail and severe wind gusts. However, due to limited thermodynamic instability, limited boundary layers moisture content and rather low-topped convection, such a threat deserves only level 1.

…Germany, Switzerland, N Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, W Hungary, Belarus and NW Ukraine…

Locally enhanced DLS up to 15 m/s with CAPE up to 2000-2500 J/kg and rich boundary layer’s moisture (mixing ratio up to 12-13 g/kg) create threat for multicell and supercell thunderstorms where severe wind gusts and large hail are likely. DMC is forecast to start around noon and the storms should weaken in the late evening hours. In the areas where the storm motion is predicted to be very low (DLS below 10 m/s) excessive precipitation and local flash flooding cannot be ruled out, especially in the NW parts of the Italy.

…S Finland, parts of Russia…

Favorable overlap of DLS around 20 m/s and CAPE up to 400-600 J/kg create threat for supercell thunderstorms and thus severe wind gusts and large hail. Uncertainty related to CI, low thermodynamic instability, limited boundary layer’s moisture content and narrow zone where the CAPE overlaps with the favorable shear makes the threat marginal. The highest threat for the occurrence of severe weather falls on the early afternoon hours.

…NE Spain…

Low-level inflow of impressive rich boundary layer’s moisture content (mixing ratios up to 16-18 g/kg) overlapping with steep lapse rates (~ 7 C/km) locally will enhance CAPE values to 2000-2500 J/kg. If thunderstorms will be able to get through the cap, they may be capable of producing large hail. Since the storm motion in this area is predicted to be very low, given the high moisture content excessive precipitation cannot be ruled out.


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Mesoscale Discussion

Mesoscale Discussion
Valid: Sun 19 Jul 2015 11:00 to Sun 19 Jul 2015 14:00 UTC
Issued: Sun 19 Jul 2015 11:51

At 11 UTC a warm front was located along a line from near Leipzig to Poznan to Warsaw. An MCS / area of convective rain over NE Germany has created an outflow boundary that stretches from Berlin to Leipzig.

Along the warm front distinct surface convergence is taking place and low-level humidity is rather high with 18-21 C observed dew points. With 26-30 C surface temperatures, around 1000 – 1500 J/kg of MLCAPE should already be in place.

The Bayreuth, Lindenberg and Doksany profilers and Poznan radar confirm that 20-25 m/s WSW winds are in place at 3-4 km AGL, implying that strong to very strong wind shear is present.

Storms, probably elevated have formed in the Leipzig area and further south across the Czech Republic. It is expected that these storms will move eastward and become surface based. It is possible that storms will rather rapidly develop into a squall-line and that the wind risk will increase rather quickly.

In addition, more storms may form further to the east along the warm front after 13 UTC. Any isolated storms that manage to form will quickly turn into powerful supercells with a risk of large hail and severe wind gusts.

The high (about 300 m2/s2) SREH and anticipated strengthening low-level shear that is in place along and slightly to the north of the warm front suggests that tornadoes cannot be ruled out. However, in most places, the LCL height is rather high for tornadoes with T/Td spreads around 10 C, limiting this risk. An exception is a small area along the warm front where prior rainfall occurrs before the arrival of storms, cooling and moistening the boundary layer.


Europe: Very dangerous weather – ESTOFEX Storm Forecast: LEVEL 3! for NW France & BENELUX for very large hail, damaging wind gusts, tornadoes & excessive precipitation – Published 080614 2310z


ESTOFEX Storm Forecast

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Storm Forecast
Valid: Mon 09 Jun 2014 06:00 to Tue 10 Jun 2014 06:00 UTC
Issued: Sun 08 Jun 2014 22:31
Forecaster: PUCIK

A level 3 was issued for NW France and BENELUX for very large hail, damaging wind gusts, tornadoes and excessive precipitation.

A level 2 was issued for much of France and NW Germany mainly for very large hail and damaging wind gusts.

A level 1 was issued for England mainly for severe wind gusts and large hail.

A level 1 was issued for E Germany and Poland mainly for large hail and severe wind gusts.

A level 1 was issued for parts of Russia and Ukraine mainly for large hail and severe wind gusts.


In between of the deep low over the Atlantic and the ridge over Central Europe, strong southerly to southwesterly flow will advect hot airmass characterised by steep mid-level lapse rates from N Africa towards France, Germany and then around the ridge towards Poland. Potentially dangerous situation will evolve over France, BENELUX and NW Germany just ahead of the diffuse, wavy frontal boundary that will remain quasistationary close to French coastline during the most of the day. Another low will slowly dig SE-wards across NW Russia. Moderate to strong NW-ly flow is simulated at its southwestern flank. With prevailing low geopotentials over much of Eastern Europe, so scattered DMC is expected also there, albeit severe threat will be smaller than in case of France / BENELUX.


… France towards BENELUX and NW Germany …

Very dangerous setup will develop over the region by the late afternoon hours. With pronounced overlap of low-level moisture and steep mid-tropospheric lapse rates, models agree on the development of high to extreme CAPE values, with Central France towards BENELUX and NW Germany having the highest odds of seeing 3000 J/kg of MLCAPE by the late evening. As 500 hPa winds between 15 to 25 m/s overlap with backed low-level flow thanks to the presence of the surface trough, strong DLS (20-25 m/s) is forecast. By the late evening, with the enhancement of the low-level wind field with deepening trough, SREH values will increase especially over NW France / BENELUX (with values over 300 m2/s2 possible). Such setup will be very conducive for intense supercells / bow-echoes, capable of very large hail and damaging wind gusts. Towards the evening (beyond 18 UTC), as LLS strengthens, tornadoes will become a threat as well, especially if isolated supercells manage to persist into this time frame.

However, models do not simulate any pronounced QG forcing to rapidly reduce CIN. This will, on one hand, allow for CAPE to build-up steadily towards the late afternoon. On the other hand, it is highly questionable how many storms will initiate and where exactly. There is considerable disagreement by individual models. Overnight / morning convection, along with the outflow boundaries laid by these may be crucial in this setup. Current thinking is, that the foci for late afternoon initiation will be NW France, along the surface convergence zone, with storms spreading into BENELUX. It is likely that these storms will be isolated supercells at first, with subsequent clustering resulting in a fast forward propagating bow-echo. Towards the night, Southern to Central France may see convective initiation, with another possiblity of MCS travelling north towards N France.

Level 3 was introduced for the region, where the highest probability of high storm coverage is forecast and where high density of extremely severe events is most likely. With that in mind, any spot in the Level 2 may see extremely severe storms in these highly favourable conditions, provided storms can initiate.

… England …

Models show that somewhat warmer, moist airmass should advect over E England as the wave in the frontal boundary propagates towards northwest. However, edge of the EML plume should remain to the east, so that MLCAPE values will stay on the order of hundreds of J/kg. As strong flow ovespreads the region, over 25 m/s of DLS is forecast. All models agree on initiation along the lifting warm wave of the boundary. There will be a potential for isolated supercell development, which would be capable of large hail and severe wind gusts. However, lack of steep mid-level lapse rates may limit the hail threat, so that a high-end Lvl 1 instead of Lvl 2 is issued.

… Poland …

As EML is advected around the ridge towards east, overlap with modest low-level moisture will contribute to the development of moderate instability, with MLCAPE values above 1000 J/kg. Vertical wind shear should be moderate, between 10 to 15 m/s of bulk shear in the 0-6 km layer, increasing NEwards to between 14 and 20 m/s. Some strong multicells (or perhaps even brief supercells) may initiate along the ill-defined warm front with attendant threats of large hail and severe wind gusts.

… Russia …

With the progressing cut-off low, a plume of steep lapse rates will be pushed southeastwards, but still, the extreme eastern part of the forecast area may see some stronger multicells capable of large hail and/or severe wind gusts. Wind shear should be weak to moderate, perhaps limiting the supercell threat (and very large hail risk).

Mesoscale Discussion

Mesoscale Discussion
Valid: Mon 09 Jun 2014 10:00 to Tue 10 Jun 2014 15:00 UTC
Issued: Mon 09 Jun 2014 09:48
Forecaster: PUCIK

Abundant DMC activity is already ongoing in the morning hours. Most of this activity is likely elevated with risk for large hail in the environment of steep lapse rates. The first cluster is now situated over Belgium moving towards Netherlands. Second one is located over NW France with similar movement direction. As daytime heating continues ahead of these clusters with easterly to southeasterly moist surface flow (dewpoints between 18 and 20 ーC), this activity may eventually become surface-based, especially at the eastern flank of the systems. That would rapidly increase chances for supercellular convection capable of very large hail and damaging wind gusts.

To the east and south of the ongoing convective systems, diurnal heating along with backing low-level flow is observed. Further backing of the low-level flow is forecast as surface pressure falls over Southern France. Current thinking is that despite this early activity, best conditions will still develop by the late afternoon with high CAPE values and strong DLS.


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Nigeria: Tugboat towing an oil tanker sinks 30 km off the coast, 13 feared dead – 280513 1410z

Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), operator of the NNPC/CNL Joint Venture, has confirmed that ‘Jascon 4’ vessel belonging to its contractor, West African Ventures Limited, has capsized and sank in the early hours of Sunday in Delta State.

The vessel sank while supporting a tanker loading at Single Mooring (SBM) No.3 a loading point 30 km offshore in the Escravos area. Chevron’s General Manager, Policy, Government and Public Affairs explained in a statement that Initial reports indicated that heavy ocean swells caused the Jascon No.4 to capsize while performing tension tow operations of the tanker at SBM No.3. He confirmed that emergency response has commenced, including Search and Rescue operation with surface vessels, helicopters and divers. According to him “Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), operator of the NNPC/CNL Joint Venture, confirms that Jascon No.4 vessel belonging to our contractor, West African Ventures Limited, capsized and sank early this morning while supporting a tanker loading at Single Buoy Mooring (SBM) No.3, a loading point 30 km offshore in the Escravos area of Delta state, Nigeria. Initial reports indicated that heavy ocean swells caused the Jascon No.4 to capsize while performing tension tow operations of the tanker at SBM No.3. Emergency Response has commenced, including Search and Rescue operation with surface vessels, helicopters and divers. CNL wishes to stress that we conduct our business operations in line with the safest global industry standards. The safety of our employees and contractors alike, remains our highest priority,”
Tuesday, 28 May, 2013 at 03:12 (03:12 AM) UTC RSOE

“The Nation gathered that the incident occurred at 4.30am yesterday and that none of the 12 persons on board the vessel has been found at the time of filing this report.

The President of West African Ventures, Mr. Jacques Roomans, told our correspondent on phone that he just returned from abroad and did not have details about the incident.

Information on WAV’s website showed that JASCON #4 was delivered in January 2004 and has the capacity to accommodate 16 persons.

Sea Trucks Nigeria Limited is into chartering small inland oilfield support vessels to affiliates of major international oil and gas companies operating in the oil and gas fields in Niger Delta. It also has marine support facilities in Warri, Delta State, where it maintains and repairs its vessels and also begins a local inland vessel building business.” –

SeaTruck boat mishap: 13 feared dead, tug boat still missing

SweetCrude Reports 27 May 2013, WARRI

Jascon tugboat 13 crew members on the tugboat, Jascon 4 belonging to West Africa Ventures, a division of the Sea Truck Group, which sunk offshore Nigeria, yesterday, around the Escravos high sea in Warri South-West council area of Delta State are still missing and are currently feared dead.

The tugboat named Jascon 4 was towing an oil tanker to Chevron Nigeria Limited, CNL, export terminal, Berth Operation Platform, B.O.P, in the high sea when the towing rope went apart forcing the tug boat to nose-dive into the deep water and has still not been found as at press time.

The incident was said to have occurred around 4:am Saturday with rescue teams still searching frantically for survivors and the tug boat without any success.

No official of the Seatruck Group or Chevron could be reached for comments at the time of filing this report.

Meanwhile, some family members of the victims of the unfortunate incident have expressed worry over the misfortune that have befallen their bread winners hoping that they could be furnished with information on the outcome of ongoing rescue efforts.” –

Off the coast of Nigeria tugboat sank to a citizen of Ukraine on board

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Off the coast of Nigeria tugboat sank to a citizen of Ukraine on board

As we learned yesterday, 30 kilometers from the coast of Nigeria in the oil field Chevron tug sank Jascon-4, IMO 9316256, flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

Tug supported the loading tanker mooring at number three barrels. The tug was owned by the company «West African Ventures Limited». The representatives of the shipowner confirmed flooding their tug. According to preliminary information, the cause of the flooding were bad weather conditions.

On board were 16 crew members. At the moment, they are all missing. According to information available to us in tow as a senior mechanic working citizen of Ukraine.

Currently on the site of the tragedy are continuing search operations. Nigeria has mobilized emergency services navy and air force to search for the ship’s crew Jascon-4.

Representatives of the owner, the company «West African Ventures Limited», confirmed the ship wreck Jascon-4, but more abstain from any official statements until the end of exploration and investigation of the accident.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine informed about the incident, but has so far refrained from making any official statements.” –


The cause of this sinking appears to differ in the various accounts, rough seas, flooding & tow line snap are all given. They may not be mutually exclusive. 

Japan: Fire aboard freighter in Wakkanai port leaves 6 Russian crew dead, 3 injured – 170513 1720z

Six bodies found after fire on ship in Japan

“TOKYO Six bodies, suspected to be those of Russian crew members, were found aboard a cargo ship that caught fire on Thursday while anchored in a Japanese port, a coastguard and news reports said.

Fire took hold of the 497-tonne Cambodian-registered freighter, Taigan, which has been in the port of Wakkanai in northern Japan since Tuesday, said an official at the local coastguard office.

A total of 23 Russian and Ukrainian crew members were on the ship, which had transported crabs from a Sakhalin port. Six of them — all Russian — had been unaccounted for, the coastguard said.

“We have found six bodies in the ship and are now identifying them,” the official said, adding that two other crew members were hospitalised for burns but neither was in a life-threatening condition.

Local reports said the six victims were the missing Russian crew members.

The fire was put out by early Thursday afternoon, the official added.” – AFP 160513

NHK WORLD 6 dead in freighter fire at Wakkanai

Six sailors were found dead after a fire on a foreign freighter docked at a port in Hokkaido, northern Japan.
The sailors are presumed to be Russians.

The incident occurred on the Cambodian-registered ship “Taigan” docked at Wakkanai port.

Authorities were alerted of the fire at around 1:45 AM on Thursday. Firefighters and Japan Coast Guard patrol boats were deployed. The emergency personnel took 11 hours to extinguish the fire.

Firefighters said they found 6 male bodies inside the vessel. Police have yet to confirm their identities, but they believe they are the 6 Russian crew members still unaccounted for.

23 Russian and Ukrainian crewmembers were on board the vessel. Three are being treated at a hospital for burns and other injuries.

Japanese Police are questioning the captain of the ship as part of their investigation.

The freighter entered the port on Tuesday carrying a load of Russian crabs.

May 16, 2013 – Updated 07:32 UTC

Six bodies of sailors found in a burned-out ship at the Japanese port of Wakkanai May 16, 2013 11:05 Moscow Time

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Six people were killed on Thursday as a result of a fire that broke out on the ship “Taigan” carrying Russian-Ukrainian crew, which had docked at the Japanese port of Wakkanai. The bodies of those dead were found by rescuers, said the local branch of the Japanese Maritime Safety department.

The fire on the ship, which lasted more than 11 hours has been extinguished. After the start of the fire most of the crew, including the captain left the ship. Three sailors were taken to hospital, their lives are reportedly out of danger. Currently, the Japanese authorities, together with the captain of the ship are investigating into cause of the incident.

The ship “Taigan” with a capacity of 497 tons was docked at Wakkanai on the northernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido on May 14th with the flag of Cambodia flying on its deck. The ship was carrying a load of crabs from the port of Korsakov of Sakhalin Oblast in Russia. Initially the ship had a crew of 14 Russians and 4 Ukrainians on board. In Wakkanai they were joined by five more Russians.” –

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Published on 16 May 2013

Six Russian crew members have died in a fire aboard their freighter which was docked at a northern Japanese port. The Taigan caught fire just after 1 a.m. on Thursday. It took about 12 hours for firefighters to put out the blaze. (May 16)

Ukraine: Kharkiv blaze in 9 storey hostel leaves 3 dead, 10 injured, 41 rescued and 105 evacuated – 070513 0820z

(Photo: Fire at a hostel in Kharkiv

This morning, May 6, fire in a dormitory at 33 Timurovtsev Street in Kharkiv killed three people, the press service of the Kharkiv City Council informs.
According to deputy mayor of Kharkiv for health and social welfare Svitlana Horbunova-Ruban, a fire started in a nine-storey building with elevator shaft and spread across the entrance of an apartment building.
As a result of fire and heavy smoke, three people were killed, nine were hospitalized.
According to assistant chief of the state Emergency Service department in the Kharkiv region Ihor Lupandin, 41 resident of the dormitory were saved, 106 people were evacuated while fighting a fire.
Assistant chief noted that now rescuers, doctors, psychologists, members of all city utilities and emergency services representatives from the departments of the executive committee of the Kharkiv City Council are working at the scene.
A census of residents is conducted. Stations of food services, psychological aid and medical first aid are installed. A tent was also set up for the needs of residents of the burnt house.
Monday, 06 May, 2013 at 19:52 (07:52 PM) UTC RSOE
Other Reports

Three people were killed and ten were hospitalized in a fire at a hostel in Kharkiv early on Monday, the main office of the State Service on Emergency Situations in Kharkiv region has reported.
The message about the fire in a nine-storey building at 33 Tymurovtsiv Street came at 0613. Rescuers said upon arrival at the scene of the fire that household things were burning in the corridors on the third and fourth floors of the building. The total area of the fire was about 800 square meters.

Because of thick smoke rescue workers had to rescue residents of apartments on the upper floors. Forty-one residents of the house were rescued through a fire ladder and stairwells, and 105 people were evacuated.

Three people (residents of apartments in the nine-story building), among them two women born in 1967 and 1960 and a man born in 1990, were killed in the fire. Ten people, including four children, were injured. They were taken to hospital.

One of the firefighters was injured during the rescue operation and hospitalized.

Fourteen vehicles and 60 rescuers were working at the scene.

The fire was contained at 0851 and extinguished at 0900. The causes of the fire and damages are being established.

Cold Snap in Ukraine Claims 83 Lives, 57 of froze to death on streets – 211212 1951z

“KIEV — A Health Ministry official reported on Friday that the cold snap that has been sweeping across Ukraine over the past two weeks has claimed 83 lives, with 57 of the victims freezing to death on streets. During a press conference, adviser to the health minister Vladimir Yurchenko stated that for the month of December, a total of 632 people received treatment for frostbite and 526 were admitted to hospitals. The worst hit by the cold spell were the central and northern sections of the country. Yurchenko said the frigid weather killed nine people in the Kiev region, 10 in Sumy and 11 in Cherkassy. Temperatures in Ukraine’s capital city dipped to minus 7 degrees Celsius during daytime and minus 17 in the evening. Central, eastern and northern, parts of the country saw night-time temperatures plummet to as low as minus 28 degrees. To ease the situation, authorities have set up more than 1,500 warm shelters providing food and heating sources across the nation.” –


“Київ – офіційний Міністерство охорони здоров’я повідомило в п’ятницю, що похолодання, яке захльостує Україну за останні два тижні заявила 83 життів, 57 жертв замерзаючих на вулиці під час прес-конференції радник. міністр охорони здоров’я Володимир Юрченко заявив, що за грудень місяць, в загальній складності 632 осіб отримали лікування обмороження і 526 були госпіталізовані. найбільш постраждалих від холодів було центральній і північній частинах країни. Юрченко сказав, що холодні погоди загинули дев’ятеро людей в Київській області, 10 у Сумській, 11 у Черкасах. Температура в столиці України опустилася до мінус 7 градусів за Цельсієм вдень і мінус 17 вечора. центральній, східній і північній, частині країни бачили нічний час температура виска до мінус 28 градусів. Щоб полегшити ситуацію, влада створила понад 1500 теплих притулків забезпеченню харчовими продуктами і джерел тепла по всій країні “. –


“Киев – официальный Министерство здравоохранения сообщило в пятницу, что похолодание, которое захлестывает Украину за последние две недели заявила 83 жизней, 57 жертв замерзающих на улице во время пресс-конференции советник. министр здравоохранения Владимир Юрченко заявил, что за декабрь месяц, в общей сложности 632 человек получили лечение обморожения и 526 были госпитализированы. наиболее пострадавших от холодов было центральной и северной частях страны. Юрченко сказал, что холодные погоды погибли девять человек в Киевской области, 10 в Сумской, 11 в Черкассах. Температура в столице Украины опустилась до минус 7 градусов по Цельсию днем и минус 17 вечера. центральной, восточной и северной, части страны видели ночное время температура отвес до минус 28 градусов. чтобы облегчить ситуацию, власти создали более 1500 теплых убежищ обеспечению пищевыми продуктами и источников тепла по всей стране “. –