Specialists of Roshydromet recorded a high level of air pollution by formaldehyde in Moscow over the past day on July 26th.
Exceeding the maximum permissible limits recorded in several districts of the capital: more than 1.5 times — in mountainous, 1.4 times — in the middle-class. In other districts the maximum concentrations of formaldehyde were in the range of from 0.4 to upper limit of normal.
According to forecasts, bright sun can lead to an increase in the concentration of formaldehyde in the atmosphere. Friday, July 27, in Moscow, the maximum temperature will exceed 30 degree mark, Saturday is expected to be 30-32 degrees.