Road service of Chelyabinsk are preparing to heavy snowfall and plus temperatures

Road service of Chelyabinsk are preparing to heavy snowfall and plus temperaturesHeavy snow and zero temperature are expected in Chelyabinsk week in connection with the road service of the city are preparing to harvest the main traffic routes and pedestrian areas.As reported in the administration of the city, heavy snow is expected tomorrow, January 13, and by the end of the week, the temperatures will rise to above freezing indices."Doing too much collapse, bringing a lot of equipment, we will not. Basic cleaning will be done at night," said the Deputy head of the administration of Chelyabinsk on road facilities Vladimir Aleynikov.He appealed to the citizens requesting to be attentive to forecast and account for it when driving around town. In addition, he said that all managers authorities also asked to be involved in the cleanup."By the end of the week it is expected to increase the temperature to plus indicators, and it is always ice. Today will be a meeting was held among specialized units, enterprises and representatives of district administrations.



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