Kazakhstan • 13 January, 2020

Adverse weather conditions are expected in two cities of Kazakhstan on January 13

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On January 13 adverse weather conditions are expected in two cities of the Republic.

According to Kazhydromet, adverse weather conditions that contribute to air pollution are expected in Aktobe and Karaganda.

Adverse weather conditions are a combination of short-term meteorological factors (calm, light wind, fog, inversion) that contribute to the accumulation of harmful (polluting) substances in the surface layer of atmospheric air.

If an NMU occurs, the quality of atmospheric air in populated areas may deteriorate. One of the most important factors determining the formation of the level of pollution is the forecast of the SYNOPTIC situation (wind, precipitation, humidity, air temperature).

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