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All ships operating in the Sea of Japan and the Okhotsk Sea have been ordered to hide from a cyclone in safe bays
All ships operating in the Sea of Japan and the Okhotsk Sea have been ordered to hide from a cyclone in safe bays. Gale force winds and snowfalls are currently raging in the Primorsky Territory, but the cyclone is gradually moving towards Sakhalin and is expected to intensify and hit the island on February 15. A storm warning has been issued in the region. Over 100 fishing vessels are currently operating in the Okhotsk Sea, where a heavy storm with up to six-meter-high waves is forecasted. Wind speed in the Sakhalin region will reach 25 meters per second. According to Sakhalin meteorologists, the cyclone will be hovering over the Sakhalin region on February 15 and 16.
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