An active cyclone is again approaching Ukraine, which as of January 21 will cause heavy rainfall in the south and eastern Ukraine in the regions of Kirovograd, Dnepropetrovsk and Poltava. About this in Facebook informed meteorologist Natalia Didenko.
And on Sunday evening, January 20, snow will begin in the territory of the Odessa region, pulling north to the Odessa-Sumy police station, covering all territories along the strip, to the regions of Vinnitsa, Cherkasy, Poltava and Kiev.
The remaining territory of the country will remain in dry air.
The frosts diminish a bit. The next night is expected minus 4 – minus 12 degrees, in the afternoon of January 21 is expected to 2 to 7 degrees below zero. In southern Ukraine at night will be 2 degrees Celsius to 3 degrees Celsius, during the day – to another 4 degrees. In Crimea, thermometers will rise to 6 degrees Celsius.
Synoptic map, scheduled for the morning of January 21
Dry weather is expected in Kiev on January 21, although snow is not excluded overnight. Frost will be 4 to 6 degrees, on the outskirts of the city – up to 9 degrees, tomorrow afternoon -3 to 5 degrees.
Earlier, forecasters warned of rising frost on the Epiphany holidays.
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