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Feeling the weather person depends on three elements — the temperature on the thermometer, humidity and wind speed. This was reported by the scientific Director of the hydrometeorological center of Russia Roman Vilfand, reports TASS.
According to Vilfand, the temperature on the thermometer and “feel” can vary by 2-3 degrees, maybe 10-15 degrees. The temperature didn’t always feel lower than the thermometer shows. For example, a person may feel that the street is warmer than the thermometer indicates if the frost, no wind is the sun. At the same time, if nearly zero temperature will go heavy rain and gusty winds occur, the person will feel discomfort is at minus 13 degrees.
Earlier Vilfand said that “rapid” climate change in Russia leads to such extreme weather events as extreme cold in some regions and “heat wave” in others. They not only disrupt major economic projects of the country, but also pose a threat to people’s lives.
Video, photo All from Russia.