Data on mortality in Moscow region during 1977 to 1996 reveal that total mortality per 1000 citizens is 3 to 4 times less than it occurred at the beginning of XX century. Catalogue of intense geomagnetic storms is compiled for 1867 to 1996. Separation of data for geomagnetic-quiet and stormy years has shown that mortality during stormy years is increased by 30% as compared with quiet years. Seasonal variations of geomagnetic storms and mortality during quiet years reaches maxima near equinoxes but the peaks of mortality during stormy years are shifted towards the summer and winter. Lethal manifestations of the weather anomalies are less pronounced than the space storms: impact of precipitation anomalies on death-rate is negligible at the given area, the air temperature decrease is followed by enhancement of the death-rate by 10% during autumn while warming led to enhancement of the death-rate by 10% for winter, spring and summer and average for a year.