In recent days, severe frosts have been recorded in the south of the European part of Russia and first the Azov Sea and then the northern part of the Caspian Sea began to freeze.
Addressing Elm TV about this, the director of the Institute of Geography of ANAS named after acad. H. Aliyev, acad. Ramiz Mammadov said that the waters of the northern part of the Caspian Sea, that is, from the side of the Chechen island along the city of Aktau, began to freeze in November every year. He said that in some cases, frosts are delayed, adding that this is a traditional case.