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VLADIVOSTOK, July 15 (Itar-Tass) - All emergency services of the Primorsky Territory were put on high alert on Monday over a coming strong tropical cyclone, which turned in the typhoon Soulik.
The holidaymakers on the coast are recommended already on Monday evening to return to the settlements, the chiefs of all enterprises are recommended to arrange the work on duty during the passing of the cyclone, create a stock of oil and lubricants, materials, spare parts and take the measures that rule out a flooding of the equipment.
According to the forecast of the weathermen, the natural disaster will hit the south of the Primorsky Territory in the evening on July 16. A heavy rain with squall winds of up to 25 metres per second is forecast in Vladivostok. “The discharge of water from the Bogatinsky and Pionersky water bodies in Vladivostok is possible in case of heavy rains, and subsequently, the flooding of the valleys of the rivers Sedanka and Bogataya,” the press service of the Vladivostok mayoralty explained.
Soulik is the first typhoon this year that losing its strength on its way has an impact on the weather in Russia’s Far East.