Will weather forecasters be fined for an inaccurate weather forecast?
The weather turned bad again. June 5 to 23:00 in Moscow is expected to thunder, rain and gusts of wind up to 18 meters per second. The Ministry of Emergency Measures advises to be cautious and not to approach trees, shaky structures and billboards.
Meanwhile, the head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations Vladimir Puchkov calledfine weather forecastersfor an inaccurate weather forecast to avoid the consequences of May 29, when the majority of residents of the Moscow region did not receive SMS messages from the Emergencies Ministry about the impending danger in the form of a hurricane. The weather forecast indicated “adverse natural phenomena” when the hurricane that hit the capital city has become the most destructive and deadly in Moscow in the last 100 years.
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