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Weather, weekend with deception: it will almost seem like summer but everything changes from Sunday


A Scandinavian perturbation arrives, the cold and snow return. Even a 10 degree drop (ANSA)

Last weekend of March in the name of change

: at 2 am on Sunday 26 March we will move the clock forward by 60 minutes to enter daylight saving time, the one that will allow us to have light, immediately, at least until 8 pm!

But the weather will change too, we'll be back for a few days in winter.

Antonio Sanò, founder

of the website,

confirms that from Sunday the temperatures will drop gradually and the rain will arrive with the strengthening of the wind.

A Scandinavian polar front has already begun the slow descent towards the south, activating a partial deterioration close to the Alps;

later, the winds will begin to be tense over the weekend and then unleash up to a strong storm between Monday and Tuesday.

The Scandinavian perturbation will bring a drop in temperatures of up to 10 degrees between tomorrow and Monday


with the minimums that could drop below zero in the Po Valley on Tuesday!

A real thermal reversal with phenomena that are sometimes even intense: strong thunderstorms, local hailstorms and the return of snow are not excluded, above 1000 meters in the Alps on Sunday and, just think, up to 500 meters in the Apennines on Monday.

In detail, from Friday a mild unstable passage over the Alps with some light rain even at medium altitudes and in the evening the rainfall will reach the Triveneto plains.

Elsewhere the conditions will still be stable and mostly sunny, with the exception of Liguria and Upper Tuscany with often cloudy skies.

Saturday Eolo will begin to activate: the wind will blow stiffly from the West, locally also in the Po Valley, with main reinforcements in the Western Alps and Tuscany.

All in all, however, the last Saturday of March will be pleasant and serene.

The Scandinavian perturbation will arrive on Sunday: from the afternoon precipitation is expected in the North-East, in Tuscany in a successive, gradual, extension towards Lazio and Campania: the snow quota in the Alps and in the northern Apennines will drop to 1200-1300 meters.

But the peak intensity of the front, arriving from the Norwegian polar areas, will be on Monday with bad weather over the entire Adriatic area, lower Lazio, Campania and Tyrrhenian Calabria.

In these areas the phenomena will be intense at times, even thunderstorms, and, with the descent of the cold air, the snow will be able to descend up to 500 meters above sea level, in particular between Marche and Abruzzo: 27 March equal to 27 December, a return 3 months back, a return to winter.

A comeback like prawns, accompanied, attention, also by strong stormy winds from north to south. Tuesday, then, with the partial attenuation of the winds, the minimums will tend to drop significantly in the Po Valley: values ​​below zero are not

excluded with timid late frosts, the most dangerous ones for agriculture.

At the moment, fortunately, localized and short-lived frosts are expected: by Wednesday night temperatures should rise again.

In summary, a step back 90 days, just now that we were getting used to Spring: we'll sleep an hour less, the weather will get worse, but, as the only great consolation, the light will accompany us until late.

From Sunday, sunset will occur at approximately 19.30 and twilight will persist until 20.


Saturday 25.

In the North: serene, at most hazy with spring-like weather, even windy.

In the Centre: cloudy, windy sky at times.

In the South: sunny and warm for the period.

Sunday 26th


In the North: it gets worse with rains from the afternoon, fast snow above 1300 meters.

In the Center: it gets worse in Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio.

In the South: sunny and warm.

Trend: winter returns next week with cold, snow and lots of wind.

Source: ansa

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