Warning of possible fire hazards in Mongolia

Due to increased dryness, there is a risk of fire hazards in the country.

There have been warnings of possible fire hazards in the North-West parts of Mongolia on 7th of July and 8th by the India Meteorological Department (Met).

Places like Darkhad Depression, Zavkhan River, Khuren Delgod, Altai, Khangai, Khuvsgul, Khentii Mountain Range, Ider, Tes and Terelj River valley are warmer by 3 degrees to reach 2 degrees Celsius during the night. The temperatures are between 15-20 degrees during the day.
Great Lakes Depression, Orkhon-Selenge Basin and in the Gobi region temperatures are 8-13 degrees in the night, 25-30 degrees in the day, 4-9 degrees in the night and 21 to 26 degrees in the day. 
Because of these higher temperatures and low rainfall, the weather has become a lot more dryer than normal. This could potentially lead to forest fires. The country does not have the financial resources to combat such a crisis. These fires would also damage the natural habitats.
Temperatures in the eastern part of Mongolia should be relatively normal.There will be occasional rainfall and wetness in the eastern provinces of Mongolia. 

Source:India Meteorological Department


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