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MOSCOW, December 18 (Itar-Tass) – Moscow City and Moscow region will remain frosty Tuesday, with the average temperatures during the daytime at minus 15 C to minus 13 C.
Some parts of the Moscow region are likely to be even colder, as temperature gauges there will show minus 17 C.
Snow flurries and icing on the roads are possible in separate districts of the region. The southeast wind is expected to blow at 4 to 9 meters per second.
Overnight to Tuesday, the temperature readings will likely sink to minus 21 C on the average, but some places may evidence minus 26 C.