on may 31. The cyclone, which has shifted from the Kara sea, the Laptev sea, contributed to the establishment of unusually warm and windy weather on the Taimyr Peninsula. Air southwest flow was supplied to the Peninsula from the Urals, where for a long time held the hot weather.
Average daily temperatures on the Peninsula at 8-10 degrees higher than the climatic norm. 30 may at Cape Chelyuskin (the Northern tip of the Peninsula) has set a new record maximum temperature of 3.1°.
And the wind in the southern Taimyr increased to 28 m/s due to the formation of a large pressure gradient between the cyclone and anticyclone, which is located in the centre of the Krasnoyarsk region.
In the coming days, after the passage of a cold front, the temperature on the Taimyr will be reduced, but will still be 6 degrees above normal. And the wind, in connection with the filling of the cyclone will begin to subside: June 1, up to 15-20 m/s in the future up to 10-15 m/s