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Event: CW Cold Wave
Number: 2022-000372
Country: MNG Mongolia
Location: Arhangai, Bayanhongor, Bayan-Ölgii, Govi-Altai, Khovd, Övörkhangai
, Uvs, Zavkhan Provinces
Date (YMD): 2022-12-2
Duration: 120
Information Source:Mongolian Red Cross Society
Comments: Considering the historical data, the peak of livestock mortality occurred in March and April but December - February are the coldest months of the year where the livestock losses most of its fat and gets malnourished therefore the most impact is inflicted in those months. According to the National Agency for Meteorology and Environmental Monitoring, In the central and eastern provinces are expected have precipitation and snowstorms during November 24-25, 2022, meanwhile the southern provinces with low precipitation are expected to have strong dust storm. /Update from December 2nd, in Uvs and Khovd provinces, 216 livestock from 12 households have perished, 2 gers have been completely destroyed, 4 people went missing and 4 found, 2 of them are being hospitalized. The main roads in Arkhust, Bayandelger, Erdene, Bayanjargalan counties of Tuv province are blocked by the snow and local authorities are cleaning the snow. The extreme cold has been anticipated in the recent future starting from November 28th to December 2nd, Darkhad valley, Khentii mountains, near Khurenbelchir, in the head of Zavkhan river. The NAMEM has issued an official letter to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and the Light industries on the phenomenon mentioned above could bring serious disruption upon the normal performance of the energy, heating and transportation, agriculture and education sectors. Regarding the weather phenomenon, Capital Governor and Ulaanbaatar City Governor, based on consultation with Minister of Education and Science issued an order on some measures to be taken to reduce the potential risk of weather phenomenon and manage traffic jams and delays
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