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No Rain for Rest of July as Heat Wave Hits Moscow

The weekend heat is expected to spill over into next week. On Monday and Tuesday, temperatures could reach a scorching 33 degrees.

Muscovites are in for a hot weekend, according to the city's weather bureau.

Temperatures on Friday and Saturday are expected to reach 28 degrees Celsius, while Sunday's temperatures are set to hit 29 degrees.

The weekend heat is expected to spill over into next week. On Monday and Tuesday, temperatures could reach a scorching 33 degrees.

On top of the heat, Muscovites can expect to stay dry through the remainder of July, according to the bureau. No precipitation is expected through the end of the month.

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