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Weather: Attila's saber with a cyclone in central-southern Italy, frost over the weekend


Between today and tomorrow a progressive increase in instability with thunderstorms and rains arriving over most of the South and Sardinia (ANSA)

Attila's arctic sabers without end, a new cyclone will reach the south with bad weather intensifying.

The cyclone is expected to rise from Libya after having deepened in the Strait of Sicily in the last few hours: it will acquire power on the still warm waters of the Mediterranean and will cause

a worsening on the Major Islands and the


regions .

From the southern position it will draw polar and arctic air from Russia towards Italy: temperatures will drop again over the weekend to values ​​8 degrees below the average for the period.

Lorenzo Tedici, meteorologist of the website, confirms that the pressure will drop between today and tomorrow up to 1002 hPa on the Ionian Sea and will cause a strengthening of the winds, a

progressive increase in instability with thunderstorms and rain arriving over most of the South and on Sardinia


This new perturbation, born from the thrust of Attila's first Arctic saber, will move from Sardinia and Sicily towards Calabria, Basilicata and Puglia: snowfalls above 700 meters are also expected on the Major Islands, later and in particular tomorrow , also on part of the central-southern Apennines.

A cyclonic situation that will persist until Saturday with the low pressure which is then expected to move towards Greece.

In detail, heavy rains, thunderstorms and snowfalls are expected in Sardinia in the next few hours, with the limit of the white lady around 700-800 meters;

on the island of Nuraghi the most intense phenomena are expected on the Tyrrhenian sector, even persistent ones.

In Sicily the bad weather will appear with showers and thermal decrease while on the southern peninsular it will arrive more slowly.

The worst day for most of the South, at the moment, is expected tomorrow with

storms over the entire Ionian belt

: the snow level can drop to about 900 meters in the South, while in the central Apennines up to 400 meters.

On Friday the cyclone will bring more bad weather around the Gulf of Taranto;

during the weekend, moving towards Greece, the cyclone will allow the entry of another Arctic saber by Attila with Russian cold intensifying over most of Italy.

This cold will still be dry originally, coming down from mainly continental areas, and the weekend's rainfall will be limited to the Adriatic areas and some areas of the extreme southern regions;

in these areas we will still have low-altitude snowfalls, not excluded even on the Adriatic beaches.

In the last weekend of January we will therefore find the Italian winter again

with maximum temperatures between 2-4 degrees in the North, 5-6 degrees in the Center and 8-9 degrees in the South. To be precise, we will find a 'sparkling' Italian winter, that that we had forgotten in recent years, with temperatures definitely below the average for the period for at least 48-60 hours.

Forecasts in detail.

Wednesday 25


In the North: unstable with local phenomena in the North-West and Emilia, sunny elsewhere.

In the Centre: unstable on the Adriatic coast and in Sardinia with showers, snow level around 700 metres.

In the South: showers arriving in Sicily, Calabria and Salento.

Thursday 26


In the North: sunny except for clouds in Emilia Romagna.

Al Centro: bad weather on the Adriatic with lots of snow at 500 meters.

In the South: bad weather coming with snow above 800-1000 metres.

Friday the 27th


In the North: sunny.

In the Centre: cold and unstable on the Adriatic with snow at hilly altitudes.

In the South: bad winter weather.


: conditions of widespread instability persist in the Centre-South, with snowfall down to low altitudes.

Beautiful instead in the North thanks to the reinforcement of the high pressure.

Source: ansa

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