“A positive anomaly - albeit seasoned with strong storm winds - in the northern European territory. Tomorrow in Murmansk it will be warmer than in Krasnodar and Stavropol. The air temperature in the Arctic is above 0 °C. It deviates from the norm by 12-16 °C,” he shared.

According to the forecaster, there are very large positive anomalies in the north of Siberia, the Arctic coast.

“There is also a positive anomaly, above 10 °C compared to the norm. In the south, deviations from the norm are lower, so temperatures in Norilsk and Barnaul are almost identical,” Shuvalov said.

Earlier, the scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center, Roman Vilfand, said that inaccuracies in weather forecasts cannot be completely ruled out even when using modern equipment.