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    Russian Regions on Alert for Dangerous Weatheri
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    January 20, 2016 9:28 AM
    A heavy snowfall continues to hit Moscow and other areas in Russia, grounding flights and causing havoc on the roads. Russian forecasters Tuesday raised the level of danger due to weather to “orange,” the second-highest alert level, due to heavy winds and snow. Two other regions of Russia, Oryol and Kursk, are at “red,” the highest level of danger.

    Russian Regions on Alert for Dangerous Weather

    Published January 20, 2016

    A heavy snowfall continues to hit Moscow and other areas in Russia, grounding flights and causing havoc on the roads. Russian forecasters Tuesday raised the level of danger due to weather to “orange,” the second-highest alert level, due to heavy winds and snow. Two other regions of Russia, Oryol and Kursk, are at “red,” the highest level of danger.


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