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From one cyclone to another, the Immaculate Conception weekend at risk of bad weather - Chronicle

2023-12-05T15:36:14.080Z

Highlights: From one cyclone to another, the Immaculate Conception weekend at risk of bad weather - Chronicle. Weak flakes on the plain between Emilia and Friuli (ANSA). The Atlantic disturbance that has brought some snow to the North, with some flakes also in the Po Valley, is moving towards the Centre-South quickly leaving the northern weather scene. From the afternoon the north will return dry, while heavy rains are expected from Tuscany to the Marches, then over the whole of the Centre, Campania, Sicily and Puglia.


Weak flakes on the plain between Emilia and Friuli (ANSA)


The Atlantic disturbance that has brought some snow to the North, with some flakes also in the Po Valley, is moving towards the Centre-South quickly leaving the northern weather scene.

Lorenzo Tedici, meteorologist of the www.iLMeteo.it site, confirms that the cyclone of Monday 4 moves towards the central and southern regions, with the last remaining weak flakes on the plain between Emilia and Friuli.

From the afternoon the north will return dry, while heavy rains are expected from Tuscany to the Marches, then over the whole of the Centre, Campania, Sicily and Puglia and from the evening also over the rest of the south. In short, the rapid passage of snow at low altitudes over the Po Valley gives way to rains, even intense ones, with fresh snow on the Apennines only above 1300-1600 meters. Let's go back to a more autumnal scenario, although temperatures will remain below average at least until December 7th.

In detail, today's rains will move towards the Balkans on Wednesday with some showers still in the South and on the Adriatic side, then for Sant'Ambrogio the weather will be fine everywhere, a bit cold in the morning and slightly below average in the afternoon. For the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the arrival of a cyclone is confirmed, with an uncertain trajectory: until yesterday it also seemed to point the North, with the latest updates of the models the target of the Cyclone of the Immaculate Conception seems to be directed towards the Major Islands, Sardinia and Sicily with potentially flooding phenomena. The rains, then, on Saturday will wet the whole South (strong phenomena are expected in Calabria), while in the North the Azores Anticyclone will bring stable and sunny conditions for several days. From the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, milder temperatures will gradually return, without the bitter and windy cold of the last few days: some maps confirm the presence of an indefinite high pressure field with above-average thermal values and stable conditions until Christmas. But for weather trends, it is always better to use lead feet: for now, let's get ready for heavy rains in the Centre-South direction.

IN DETAIL
Tuesday 5. In the north: unstable in the morning with residual snowfall, improving in the afternoon. In the middle: showers over Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio, less common elsewhere. In the south: it worsens strongly in Campania, then Sicily, then Gargano and Salento scattered elsewhere.

Wednesday 6. In the north: good weather, windy. In the middle: sunny and windy. In the south: some showers on the lower Tyrrhenian Sea.

Thursday 7. In the north: good weather. In the middle: sunny. In the south: sunny.

Trend: from Friday cyclone with snow in the plains over Piedmont and bad weather over the Major Islands; sunny weekend except for the last phenomena on Saturday in the South.

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