Petersburg Diary reports that January 28, is the last cold day, according to Alexander Kolesov, the main city forecaster. The temperature will be -10°, and the thermometer will show the temperature above zero by January 30.
‘In general, starting from January 30, the temperature will be from 0° to -5°’, said Kolesov.
According to the weather forecaster, such weather will continue for a long time, the beginning of February for the city on the Neva will be relatively warm.
On Tuesday, January 29, it will be -3° during daytime, it will snow in the morning and afternoon, and blizzards may appear in some places.
The precipitation will continue on the next day, January 30th.