Relatively cool air from the northwest is spreading over South European Russia. After the exhausting heat, the mercury in South European Russia fell to quite comfortable +23...+28. The eastern part of the region still has temperatures of +30. At the beginning of the week, some areas saw occasional rains and thunderstorms; they were heavy in some parts of the Krasnodar and Rostov regions.
Convection will be in full swing in the second half of the week. On July 11-12, a frontal wave that has formed in Southern Europe, will be moving northeast from the Black Sea through the Krasnodar, Rostov and Volgograd regions and then the Saratov and Samara regions. It will bring heavy rains with thunderstorms, hail and winds gusting to 18-23 m/s. Water levels in rivers of the Krasnodar region may increase, and there is a chance of mudflows. A storm will be observed in the Black Sea, and tornadoes may form in the Anapa — Magri area.