Forecasters in Tajikistan report that by the end of the week the temperature in the country is expected to rise to +45, and in some places up to +47 degrees. In the period from 19 to 24 June, dry hot weather will continue in most areas. In general, precipitation is not predicted throughout the republic, Asia Plus reports.
Due to the increase in air temperature in the regions of republican subordination and the Sughd region, mudflows of a local nature are possible, and an increase in the water level is expected on the tributaries in the basins of the Pyanj, Vakhsh and Zeravshan rivers.
As the Agency for Hydrometeorology told Asia-Plus, the hottest weather will be in the Khatlon region.
It is there that in the valleys the air temperature will warm up to 43-46 degrees during the day, in the foothills – up to 40. A dust storm is expected in some areas of the region.
In the city of Bokhtar, the temperature at night will be in the range of 24-26 degrees Celsius, in the daytime up to +41+43.
A little less degrees, but it will also be hot in the Sughd region – here the temperature in the valleys at night will be 20-25 degrees Celsius, and in the daytime it will reach 40-42 degrees, in the mountains it will be cooler at night – up to +27 in the daytime.
In Khujand, the temperature will warm up to 38-40 C during the day, +23+25 at night.
In the west of GBAO, it will be on average 13-23 C at night, up to 33-37 C in the daytime, in the east of the region it will be cooler – up to 9 C at night, 16-21 C in the daytime.
In the center of the region – Khorog these days will be partly cloudy. The temperature will be 13-15 at night, 30-32 in the daytime.
In the period from June 19 to June 21, glacial mudflows are possible in the western regions of GBAO
In Dushanbe, the temperature during the day will rise to 42 degrees, and at night within 27-30 degrees.
Similar weather is predicted in the regions of republican subordination of RRP – up to 42 degrees in the valleys, 30-36 degrees in the foothills. Dust storms will also continue in these areas.
Source : Central Asia