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Due to hurricane winds near the southeast coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula and northwest part of the Pacific Ocean
Due to hurricane winds near the southeast coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula and northwest part of the Pacific Ocean, a storm warning has been issued to fleet staying in these areas, the Kamchatka hydrometeorology centre told Itar-Tass on Monday. The centre specialists pointed out that the southeast of the peninsula and coastal water areas have been affected by frontal parts of an anticyclone that is over the Magadan region and a cyclone the centre of which is located in the Pacific. Wind force was reaching 55 metres per second in the Kamchatka extreme north, in the area of the Lopatka cape overnight, now its speed is reaching 24-40 metres during gusts. Gusts of winds reaching 30 metres per second have been registered on the eastern coast of Kamchatka, however, the wind force is expected to subside during the day. According to the Far East regional centre of the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, “All forces and equipment of the Kamchatka region have been put on the alert for liquidating possible emergencies; heads of municipalities have been notified and plans for the prevention and liquidation of aftermath of emergencies have been specified.” Breakages are possible at local power transmission lines and communication disruption in settlements, as well as disruptions in the work of the housing public utilities sphere due to strong winds. No emergency situations have been so far registered in the Kamchatka region caused by nature. Life support systems of local settlements are working stably. Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky airport in Yelizovo is open. The regional centre’s seaport is also working in a normal regime.
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