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Indian Summer Coming to Moscow

Warmer, sunnier days are headed Moscow's way, the director of the state weather forecast agency told Interfax on Sunday.

Central Russia will experience temperatures as high as 15 degrees by the end of the week, a significant improvement from Sunday's high of 8 degrees Celsius, said Roman Vilfand of the Hydrometeorological Center.

"The Indian summer will come to central Russia at the end of [this week]," Vilfand said, adding: "This will be especially evident during the weekend."

The days will be sunny, and the nights are set to remain cool. The Indian summer will last about five days, according to current forecasts.

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