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The latest flood that occurred in St. Petersburg overnight is a repercussion of a powerful cyclone that was for two days affecting Kaliningrad
The latest flood that occurred in St. Petersburg overnight is a repercussion of a powerful cyclone that was for two days affecting Kaliningrad, head of the forecast department of the Hydrometeorology Centre of the city Alexander Kolesov told Itar-Tass. The maximum water level rise in the Neva River – 179 centimetres above the normal level – was registered at 02:15 a.m., Moscow time. It is the second Petersburg flood in January and the 303th in the city’s history. The high water level has caused no noticeable problems in the city life, the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry’s main department for St. Petersburg said. However, a storm warning issued by weathermen remains in force – the cyclone is moving towards St. Petersburg. A new, higher water level rise is expected in the Neva River by Tuesday evening.
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