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Cyclone that came from the direction of Japan has brought strong wind to the Kamchatka Peninsula's southernmost Cape Lopatka on Tuesday
A cyclone that came from the direction of Japan has brought strong wind to the Kamchatka Peninsula's southernmost Cape Lopatka on Tuesday. Wind velocity in gusts mounted up to 40 metres per second, a duty officer at the Kamchatka hydrometeocenter has told Itar-Tass. It is snowing heavily throughout the Peninsula's south. The situation on the roads is getting aggravated, with visibility there being not more than 500 metres. A similar situation is observed on regional roads. The most difficult situation is on the road linking Oktyabrsky Township and the district center of Ust-Bolsheretsk in the region's west, a duty officer in the traffic control service of the Kamchatavtodor road management organization has told Itar-Tass. "Visibility over there is practiclaly nil," the officer said. Meanwhile, school classes here have been cancelled. The fleet, upon receiving a storm warning, does not venture to leave ports. Weathermen say that the situation will deteriorate still further. According to preliminary forecasts, Kamchatka's south will remain affected by strong winds and heavy snowing until Friday, February 23.
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