Autumn is coming. A disturbance puts an end to the African high pressure that has allowed to maintain good weather and summer temperatures until today. Just in conjunction with September 23, the day on which this year falls the autumn equinox, comes the bad weather widespread throughout Italy, with intense phenomena and the drop in temperatures. This is what Andrea Garbinato, editorial manager of the www.iLMeteo.it website, announced. stressing, however, that the weather already today and tomorrow is unstable due to two disturbances coming from the South-West and North-West.
First from Spain an unstable Mediterranean core, already in transit, will still bring rain and showers to the Center-North, then, from tomorrow, an intense Atlantic front descending from Scotland will reinvigorate the same bad weather with even stronger thunderstorms and some snowfall on the Alpine arc over 2200 meters. On the other hand, the South will experience a very hot and mostly sunny phase with peaks of 36 ° C in Puglia, 35 ° C in Sicily and 34 ° C in Calabria.
During the weekend with the formation of the new disturbance the phenomena will also extend to the South with heavy showers that will reach Campania and Sicily already on Saturday morning, then the whole south by the evening.
- Thursday 21. In the north: scattered rains in an autumn-like context. In the center: widespread rains arrive, especially on the Tyrrhenian Sea, but in the morning. In the south: thunderstorms in Campania, sunny on the far south with African heat.
- Friday 22. In the north: heavy rains in an autumn-like context. In the middle: locally intense scattered rains especially in Tuscany and Lazio, windy. In the south: variable cloudiness, still warm in Sicily.
- Saturday 23. In the North: heavy rains in an autumn context, especially in the North-East. In the middle: locally intense widespread rains, thermal drop. In the south: bad weather coming with thunderstorms, wind and temperature drop.
- Trend: Over Italy a period of widespread bad weather.
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