This paper proposes to demonstrate that in Russia there are air temperature oscillations which produce almost perfect cycles. These are the same cycles previously described in Romania, North America, New Zealand and South America. The large latitude and longitude extent of the territory of Russia determines very different thermal oscillations from one region to another. The Arctic Ocean has a special influence in the evolution of air temperature in Russia, but so does the Pacific Ocean, through the cold “Oya Shivo” current. The warm ocean current “Kuro Shivo” has a reduced influence, only through one of its branches which enters the Sea of Japan from the south.