(ANSA) – TURIN, June 19 – The high pressure of African origin persists throughout central Europe, responsible for the high temperatures of the period and very scarce rainfall.
Today and tomorrow the high pressure field will suffer a slight failure in the Alps where local, but weak episodes of instability will be possible. The meteorological analysis is carried out by Arpa Piemonte, the regional agency for the protection of the environment.
The low pressure currently present on the Bay of Biscay, he continues, will not be able to completely erode the robust high-pressure promontory even if, progressively approaching northern Italy, will determine an increase in atmospheric instability in the next week and a slight drop in maximum temperatures.
For the day, the expected maximum temperatures are 35 degrees in Torio and Alessandria, 34 in Asti and Vercelli, 33 in Novara, 31 in Biella, 30 in Cuneo and 29 in Verbania. The minimum are 23 degrees in Turin and Biella, 22 in Verbania, 21 in Cuneo and Vercelli, 20 in Asti and Novara, 19 in Alessandria.
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