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Sanitized Copy Approved for Release 2011/08/19: CIA-RDP80-00809A000700070113-7 CLASSIFICATION CONFIDENTIAL CENTRALIN ELL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INFORMATION FROM FOREIGN DOCUMENTS OR RADIO BROADCASTS COUNTRY SUBJECT HOW PUBLISHED WHERE PUBLISHED DATE PUBLISHED LANGUAGE Geographic - Weather Economic - Crops Thrice-weekly newspaper Moscow 4 - 17 May 1952 Russian TOTS OOCNSMT CONTAIN IMTONSt- A/Itrn~O iNt O11n014L DillO t OP TOO Ou TDO STnU VnoIN TON 5t*OIOO oI UIWWSI ?CT SO d. t. C., tl SNS tt. U Aullom. ITS TSUINSIbIOO oO .STIUTIOO OP In COMTONTf IM ANT ~SNS tI Tp AN ANLNTMOtnm TTO..... T- FlIO 5111755 A Nt. SSOOOOOOTIOO or Txu TONS IS MIOnOO. Sovkhoznaya Gazeta. REPORT CD NO. DATE OF INFORMATION 1952 DATE DIST. 13 Jun 1952 SUPPLEMENT TO REPORT NO. USSR WEATHER AND CROP REPa TS, 2 - 16 MAY 1952 4 May 1952 On 2 and 3 May, mostly slightly cloudy, warm weather prevailed in the southern half of the European USSR, chile comparatively cold weather was ob- served in the northern and northwestern portions. Rain fell in Gor'kiy, Vladimir, Moscow, Leningrad, and Novgorod oblasts. On 3 May, daytime temperatures were 2 degrees in Leningrad and Petrozavodsk, 5 in Sverdlovsk, 6 in Velikiye Luki and Ufa, 7 in Gor'kiy and Chkalov, 9 In Vo- logda.and Ki. ?v, 10 in Riga, Minsk, and Lvov, 12 in Kuybyahev and Makhachkala, 14 in Moscow, 17 in Tambov and Kiev, 18'in Kursk and Stalingrad, 19 in Orel, Voronezh, and Krasnodar, 20 in Odessa, 22 in Simferopol', and 23 in Kishinev, Dnepropetrovsk, Voroshilovgrad, and Rostov on the Don. Cold weather continued and snow fell locally in Weste-n Siberia and northern Kazakhstan. On 3 May, noon t?mrp?raturee were 2 degrees below zero in Barnaul, 1 degree below zero in Novosibirsk and Akmolinsk, zero in Omsk and Semipalatinsk, 3 degrees above zero in Tobol'sk, and 4 in Aktyubinak. It was warm in Central Asia. Dayt_me temperatures were 20-25 degrees. In the Ukraine and Northern Caucasus, winter crops are growing well; spring crops are forming the third leaf, although locally they are entering the bushing stage. 6 May 1952 On 4 and 5 May, cool, slightly cloudy weather continued in most of the ;1d :i1 :a v ; bray. coon tem a^:.?1:, a?:e i