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Climatic data for Minsk as of July 3 (from 1944 to 2020)
On the day of the liberation of Minsk, July 3, 1944. the weather was warm, dry, the average daily air temperature was +19°С, the maximum during the day was +25.2°С, the minimum at night was +12.7°С. No precipitation was noted. Climatic data for Minsk as of July 3 (from 1944 to 2020) The average daily air temperature was +17.3°С. The maximum daytime air temperature (+32.1°С) was noted in 2016. The minimum air temperature at night (+6.3°C) was recorded in 1995 on July 3 was warm, with an average daily temperature above +20°C, about once every 6 years. The warmest in the post-war period was on July 3, 2002, when the average daily air temperature was +22.7°C. The absolute maximum air temperature for this date was recorded in 2016, when the air warmed up to +32.1°C during the daytime. Cold (with an average daily temperature below +15°C) on July 3 happens about 1 time in 5 years. The coldest was the celebration of the day of the liberation of Minsk in 1977, when the average daily air temperature was + 11.7°C, and during the day the air did not warm above +15.4°C, it rained and fell 15.8 mm of precipitation. The absolute minimum air temperature for this date was recorded in 1995, when the air cooled to +6.3°C at night. On average, on July 3, about 5 mm of precipitation falls. Approximately every second year, precipitation was not observed on this day. It is rainy (more than 5 mm of precipitation) on July 3 approximately once every 5-6 years. The maximum amount of precipitation for this day was noted in 1948 and amounted to 40.6 mm.
World Environment Day
On June 5, the world community annually celebrates World Environment Day. This holiday, like other environmental dates, is held with the aim of drawing public attention to such phenomena as natural disasters, declining biodiversity, new diseases that are the result of our relationship to the environment. Maybe in the course of the daily routine of affairs, problems and their own worries, a person does not notice how his actions cause irreparable harm to the environment. That is why there are such dates - to stop, think and take certain actions to minimize the negative impact on the environment. In Belarus, environmental protection issues are dealt with by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus, which is the ancestor of a large number of environmental initiatives. Belhydromet, as an organization subordinate to the Ministry of Natural Resources, makes a great contribution to the study of environmental problems, as it monitors surface water, atmospheric air, participates in monitoring lands, and also monitors radioactive contamination of the environment. The tasks of Belhydromet are also to ensure the radiation safety of the population, to conduct radiation monitoring as part of the National Environmental Monitoring System in the Republic of Belarus and to carry out operational control and forecasting of the zones of spread of radioactive contamination. Based on the results of the work carried out, the population and government bodies are provided with environmental information and information obtained from the results of monitoring the radioactive contamination of the environment.
ECOLOGY EXPO - 2021
On June 3-5, 2021, Minsk will host the International Specialized Environmental Exhibition and Forum "ECOLOGY EXPO - 2021" - the largest congress and exhibition event in Belarus in the field of ecology, environmental protection, environmental equipment, technologies and services in 2021. An extensive exhibition and business program, an International Environmental Forum, plenary discussions, round tables, and business meetings are planned as part of the event. Location: Exhibition Centre, 14, Pobediteley ave, Minsk, Republic of Belarus. The organizers of the exhibition are the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the Republic of Belarus and the National Exhibition Center "BelExpo" of the Administrative Department of the President of the Republic of Belarus. The goal of ECOLOGY EXPO 2021 Exhibition and Forum is to create a communication environment for discussing innovative ideas, exchanging information on production and technological achievements in the field of environmental protection and rational use of natural resources, accumulating proposals aimed at improving the economic effect through implementation and use of green technologies, promoting the coordination of efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the Republic of Belarus. A wide range of high-tech innovative turnkey solutions will be displayed at the Forum. The most important Exhibition objectives are: raising awareness on the importance of the consumption of environmentally friendly goods and services; promoting the sustainable lifestyle; stimulating interest and creating the demand for green goods and services; increasing sales and expanding markets for greener products; increasing presence of goods and services produced in Belarus at foreign markets. The topics covered by the exhibition cover many areas of activity: environmental technologies in industry; environmentally friendly construction technologies; waste and secondary raw materials; environmentally friendly transport; eco-environment; environmentally friendly food and packaging; ecotourism; preservation and restoration of the environment; education in the field of ecology. More information about the event can be found in the PRESENTATION.
XXVII International ICT Forum TIBO-2021 is held in Minsk from 1 to 4 June 2021
The XXVII International ICT Forum TIBO-2021 is held in Minsk from 1 to 4 June 2021. Thematic sections of the exhibition: • Telecommunication and network infrastructure: • Technologies • Equipment • Solutions • Services • IEM systems and ERP platforms • Industry solutions • Television, multimedia and gaming technologies • Tooling software • Digital publishing and printing • Internet technologies and services • Robotics • Technologies of "Smart City" and "Smart Home" • Security systems and technologies (e-Securuty) • Computer-aided design and control systems • Modern technological trends The informational brochure of the forum can be found HERE . More information can be found on the forum website.
Forecast information on minimum water levels in rivers in June 2021
Overview of the water regime of rivers in May In May, on the rivers of the Dnieper and Pripyat basins, there was a decline in water levels, as a result of which water entered the channel on the Dnieper near Zhlobin and Rechitsa, Pripyat near Mozyr, its tributaries, the Stviga and Ubort rivers. On the rivers of the basins of the Western Dvina, Neman, Viliya, Berezina and Sozh, an increase in water levels prevailed, due to precipitation, as a result of which water reached the floodplain on Viliya near the village of Steshitsa, tributaries of the Berezina rivers Svisloch and Sushanka, a tributary of the Sozh to the Besed river, and on Nemane near Grodno improved working conditions for river transport. The water content of most rivers is close to the usual for this time of year, only the water content of the Sozh and Pripyat near the city of Pinsk is 20-40% higher than the norm. As of May 28, the rivers are mainly experiencing a decline in water levels. The water is located on the floodplain on Viliya near the village of Steshitsy, a tributary of the Western Bug to the Narev river near the village of Nemerzha, the Dnieper near the town of Loyev, the Berezina near the town of Berezino, its tributaries of the Svisloch rivers near the village of Terebuty and Sushanka near the village of Susha, a tributary of the Sozh river Besed near the village of Svetilovichi, Pripyat near the village of Chernichi, its tributaries the Styr rivers near the village of Lopatino, Sluch near the village of Lenin, Ptich near the village of 1st Slobodka. Forecast information on minimum water levels in June River minimum water levels in June are expected to be generally higher than the multiyear average for this time of year. The water levels will drop below the marks limiting navigation on the Neman near Grodno, the Dnieper near Mogilev and Sozha near Slavgorod.
Working meeting of specialists from Belhydromet, Roshydromet and State Research Center for Space Hydrometeorology "Planeta"
On April 27-28, 2021, a working meeting of specialists from Belhydromet, Roshydromet and FGBU Scientific Research Center Planeta was held in Moscow. During the meeting, issues of the development and development of a new information system GIS "SOYUZ", created within the framework of event 4 "Improvement of the system of environmental monitoring of the Union State using hydrometeorological means of remote observation" of the program of the Union State "Development of the system of hydrometeorological security of the Union State" for 2017 were discussed. -2021 years. The system being developed will allow in real time to receive information from hydrometeorological spacecraft on the state of the environment in the adjacent territories of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation (such as: mapping floods (including on small rivers), monitoring large discharges (emissions) of pollutants, fire situation, the state of the vegetation cover and the aquatic environment, environmental monitoring), which is necessary, including for the control of natural and man-made emergencies. In addition, a discussion was held on the draft concept of the Union State program in the field of hydrometeorology and related areas for 2022 - 2026. Agreements were reached on finalizing the materials, including in terms of clarifying the performers and justifying the requested amount of funds for the implementation of the planned activities.
April 26 - the Day of the Chernobyl tragedy
Dear participants in the liquidation the consequences of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant! 35 years have passed since the day when the explosion of the reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant became a new starting point in the history of the development of the entire human civilization. The consequences of the Chernobyl disaster affected many countries, but Belarus, Ukraine and Russia were the most affected. Almost a quarter of the territory, where one fifth of the population of our country lived, became the zone of radioactive contamination. Tens of thousands of people were resettled from the most contaminated areas, millions of people were exposed to low doses of radiation. For Belarus, the Chernobyl tragedy has become a national disaster. Every year on April 26, the whole world recalls the victims and the grave consequences of the Chernobyl disaster, recalls those who, not sparing their health and life, took up the fight against the radiation element. Belhydromet remembers all of its employees who took part in the liquidation of the consequences of the Chernobyl accident. Thank you for your conscientious work and courage shown. We wish you and your loved ones health, happiness and prosperity!
Information on the hydrometeorological situation in river basins of Belarus formed in March 2021
The average air temperature in Belarus in March was + 1.1°C, which is 0.9°C higher than the climatic norm. The above zero air temperature anomaly spread everywhere, reaching the highest values in the Vitebsk region (on average in the region of 1.3°C), and the lowest in the Gomel region (on the average in the region of 0.6°C). On average, 26.7 mm of precipitation fell in Belarus in March, which amounted to 68% of the climatic norm. Moisture deficit was noted throughout the country. The smallest amount of precipitation fell on the territory of the Brest region (53% of the norm), the highest - on the territory of the Vitebsk region (79% of the norm). In March, the nature of the weather contributed to the slow melting of ice on the country's water bodies and their gradual clearing of ice formations. By the end of the month, only on the Western Dvina near the city of Surazh, an incomplete ice cover remained, and on the Pripyat tributary, the Ptich river, near the village of Daraganovo, there were water shores. In March, on the rivers of the country, the increase in the water levels of the spring flood occurred everywhere. In some parts of the rivers of the basins of the Neman, Viliya, Zapadny Bug, Dnieper, Berezina, Sozh and Pripyat, the water levels exceeded the level of water outlet to the floodplain. On the river Pronya tributary near the village of Letyaga, the water level exceeded a dangerous high mark, and on the Pripyat near the villages of Chernichi and the town of Petrikov, as well as on its tributary river Sluch near the village of Lenin, the water levels were close to dangerous high marks. By the end of the month, due to negative night air temperatures, in some parts of the rivers there was a slight drop in water levels and their even course, as a result of which the water level on the Pronya River, a tributary of the Sozh near the village of Letyagi, dropped below a dangerous high mark. In March, the water content of Sozh and Pripyat was close to the usual for this time of year, the water content of the Neman and Viliya was 10-40% less than the norm, and the water content of the Dnieper, Berezina and Western Dvina in the area of Polotsk was 20-40% higher than the norm.
Information on the hydrometeorological situation in river basins of Belarus formed in February 2021
In February, the average monthly air temperature was -6.5°C, which is 2.2°C below the climatic norm. The below zero air temperature anomaly spread everywhere. The first and second ten days of the month were very cold with average ten-day temperatures 4.4°C and 6.0°C below normal, respectively. The third decade was very warm with an average temperature of 5.5°C above normal. In February, the amount of precipitation in Belarus averaged 38.7 mm, or 111% of the climatic norm. Excess precipitation was noted over most of the country. The largest amount of precipitation fell in the Mogilev and Gomel regions - on average 57.9 mm (175% of the climatic norm) and 55.9 mm (164% of the climatic norm), respectively, the lowest in the Vitebsk region - on average for the region 21.6 mm (54% of the climatic norm). During the month, precipitation fell unevenly. In the first decade, excessive moisture was noted (21.9 mm or 178% of the norm per decade fell), in the second decade, the moisture regime was close to the usual (12.4 mm or 105% of the norm), in the third, there was a shortage of precipitation (4.5 mm or 41%). In February, almost everywhere on the rivers of the country, freeze-up up to 35 cm thick was observed; in some places, ice holes were observed in the ice cover. On the reservoirs Vileyskoye, Chigirinskoye, Zaslavskoye, Soligorskoye, Krasnaya Sloboda, lakes Lukomskoye, Drivyaty, Naroch and Chervoneye, a continuous ice cover up to 40 cm thick was observed. In the third decade of February, as a result of an increase in air temperature, processes of ice destruction began on the country's water bodies. In the first two decades of the month, slight fluctuations in water levels were noted, in the third decade, weather conditions contributed to the melting of snow and ice covers, as a result of which water levels were observed on most rivers in the country. In some parts of the rivers of the basins of the Neman, Viliya, Dnieper, Berezina, Sozh and Pripyat, the water levels exceeded the mark of water outlet to the floodplain. By the end of February, the water content of Viliya, Zapadny Bug, Pripyat, as well as the Neman near Stolbtsy and Dnieper in the Orsha - Mogilev section was close to the usual for this time of year, the water content of the Zapadnaya Dvina, Berezina, Sozh and Dnieper in the Zhlobin - Rechitsa section was higher the norm, and less than the norm was the water content of the Neman in the Belitsa - Grodno section.
Brief climatic characteristics and weather forecast for the territory of Belarus for Marth 2021
In March, the air temperature rises rapidly from the first decade to the third. On average in the republic, the temperature in the first decade is -2°С, and in the warmest - the third decade, the average republican temperature rises to +2.4°С. March is a transitional month from winter to spring. The beginning of the climatic spring is considered to be the transition of the average daily air temperature through 0°С upward, which occurs in the southwestern part of Belarus on average March 9-15, in the central part of the republic - March 16-20, in the North-East of the country - March 21-23. The average monthly air temperature in March (climatic norm) varies from -1.4°С in the North-East to + 2.2°С in the South-West of the republic, and its values are 4-5 ° C higher than in February. Depending on the nature of atmospheric processes, the temperature can differ significantly from the long-term average values. So, it was 3-4°C warmer than usual in March 1989, 1990, 2002, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2019. March 2007 turned out to be exceptionally warm with an average monthly temperature of + 5°С above the climatic norm, the temperature in March 2014 was only 0.1°С lower than the temperature in March 2007. It was colder than usual in March 1963, 1964, 1969, 1980 and 1987, when the average monthly temperature was 5-6°C below the climatic norm. The coldest March was observed in 1952, when the average monthly air temperature was 9.2°C below the long-term average. The prevailing daytime air temperature in March changes from + 2.3°С in the East to + 6.3°С in the South-West. The absolute maximum temperature (+23.1°С) was recorded in Lelchitsy on March 19, 1990. The air temperature at night on average ranges from -1.2°С in the South-West to -5°С in the North and North-East, the absolute minimum air temperature (-38°С) was recorded in Zhlobin on March 8, 1964. On average, precipitation falls from 31 mm to 51 mm per month (climatic norm). Rainfall can vary from year to year from 1-11 mm to 66-189 mm. In March, on average there are 13-20 days with precipitation. In March, as a rule, the stable snow cover is destroyed. This occurs in the South-Western part of the republic, usually in the first decade of March, in the central part - in the second decade, in the North and North-East of the country, the average date of destruction of the snow cover falls on the third decade of the month. There has been no stable snow cover since 2000 in March 2002, 2008, 2014, 2015, 2017. In March, on average, there are 4-7 days with fogs, in some years 9-16 days, 1-2 days with ice, 1-3 days with frost and 2-5 days with snowstorms. In some years in March there are 1-3 days with thunderstorms. The average monthly air temperature is expected to be 1°C higher than the climatic norm (climatic norm -1°C, +2°C). The monthly amount of precipitation is assumed to be within the long-term average values (climatic norm 31-51 mm).