Thunderstorms and strong winds in the center-south, orange alert for Calabria and Campania, snowfalls at 700-900 meters in central Italy and Sardinia. This is what the Civil Protection bulletin provides. From late evening today, gale force winds are expected from Sardinia, rapidly extending to Sicily, Calabria, Basilicata and central-southern Puglia. Strong storms expected. Snowfalls above 700-900 meters are also expected on Sardinia, Umbria, eastern and southern Lazio, Abruzzo and Molise, especially in the first part of tomorrow. Rains and thunderstorms on Campania, Basilicata and Calabria and also on Sicily. Based on the forecasts, an orange alert is expected tomorrow on Tyrrhenian Campania and a large part of western Calabria. Yellow alert in Sicily, on central-western Sardinia,in Basilicata, in the remaining sectors of Campania and Calabria, throughout the territory of Lazio, Molise and Umbria and in Abruzzo.
Colder temperatures and snow on the hills around Florence. Thus the Civil Protection of the Metropolitan City reports snow on the hills of the Tuscan-Romagna Apennines above 900 meters, in particular on the Consuma pass, between Florence and the Casentino. The obligation of winter equipment is recalled, with winter tires mounted or chains on board.
Stormy sea and powerful showers of rain that have plagued the island since Saturday evening have isolated Capri even today.
There was no connection from the mainland (neither Caremar ferries, nor Alilauro Cruson, NLG and Snav hydrofoils), as the weather predicted, and the stop of arrivals blocked food supplies at the departure ports of Naples and Sorrento daily.
Even the newsstands remained closed due to the lack of the arrival of the newspapers;
the medical and military personnel serving on the island were unable to change their shifts as there was no arrival from the mainland.