Moscow temperature breaks another record
Today became the warmest November 5 in Moscow in the entire history of meteorological monitoring, with the temperature hitting plus 10.6 degrees at noon, chief specialist at the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia Marina Makarova said.
"As of 12:00, the temperature reached 10.6 degrees," she noted, pointing out that "the record of 10.3 degrees, has now been broken," TASS cited the weather expert as saying.
The previous record was set in 1922. On that day, the thermometer reached plus 10.3 degrees.
Yesterday, Roman Vilfand, head of Russia’s Hydrometeorological Center said that the temperature might reach a record level on November 5. This unusually late warm weather is expected to reach plus 12-14 degrees.