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A powerful cyclone has lashed squally wind against the southern areas of the Kamchatka Peninsula
A powerful cyclone, which is displacing from the Pacific Ocean to the Bering Sea, has lashed squally wind against the southern areas of the Kamchatka Peninsula. A storm warning has been issued for public services and the fleet, an official at the Kamchatka-based hydrometeocentre told Itar-Tass on Wednesday. Heavy sleeting and snow blizzards are observed in the Peninsula's southernmost area, where the cyclone effects are felt most strongly. The velocity of gusty wind there mounts up to 29 metres per second. and up to 42 metres per second on the southeastern coast. In the coming hours, wind velocity will increase up to a hurricane force -- 50 metres per second -- in the region's southeast and in the northwestern Pacific. Wind velocity in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and on the eastern coast will be 25-30 metres per second. The situation is expected to improve not earlier than on Thursday afternoon. According to the public services, there have been no weather-caused emergencies. The power supply system functions stably. Transport links with the districts have not been disturbed. The airport of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky operates as usual.
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