The forecaster said that in the Orenburg area there is the center of an anticyclone, “which has stood rooted to the spot, and its crests are spreading far, far away, right up to the western border.”

“This means that the situation as a whole will not change.

Heavy precipitation is not expected anywhere practically in the European territory of our country, that is, very stable weather,” Shuvalov said.

According to the specialist, the weather will change only in the north of the Arkhangelsk and Murmansk regions and in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug.

“Here, from time to time, the remnants of the Atlantic cyclones that rage in the Norwegian Sea will penetrate further to the east, here there may be snow,

and the temperature is much higher than expected.

This weekend it will be very warm on the outskirts of the western periphery of this anticyclone.

I mean the Pskov region, where it will be up to +4...+9 °C and the Kaliningrad region, where the temperature will rise to +10...+12 °C.

That is, a very warm wedge of air comes out to the western part,” he noted.

Earlier, Anatoly Tsygankov, deputy head of the situation center of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia, in a conversation with RT, spoke about the weather in Moscow at the end of February.