MOSCOW, July 26 (Xinhua) -- The Russian capital city has been sinking in smoke Monday morning after abnormal high temperatures of 35-38 degrees Celsius triggered a new wave of heat and forest fires.
Local media reported several fire extinction in Moscow suburbs Monday.
Scientists claimed the smoke seen in every district of the city district could be dangerous with media reports of some 50 new fires bursting into blaze every day.
Moscow has been suffering high temperatures within a month. Six temperature records have already been beaten and no temperature decrease is expected.
The hot weather will allegedly last till August.