(ANSA) – ROME, JUL 25 – Starting from Tuesday 26 and at least until Friday 29 July, the African anticyclone will lose its strength.
An instability that will lead to thunderstorms in the north that can descend from the Alps to the Prealps and also to some areas of the Po Valley. The disturbed systems will hit the northern regions in patches, but they can be very strong and be accompanied by exceptional hailstorms and, in rarer cases, by tornadoes. This is what Antonio Sanò, director and founder of the site www.iLMeteo.it announces. The Center-South, on the other hand, will continue to be protected from the anticyclone even if there will be heat storms on the Apennines and nearby areas (locally also on the Adriatic coasts), also very strong here (especially on Wednesday).
From a thermal point of view, the maximum temperatures will begin to drop by even 4-5 ° C starting from Wednesday 27, especially in the North and a few degrees less it will also be recorded in the Center.
On the other hand, the situation in the south is stable, where no substantial change is expected.
In detail: – Monday 25. In the north: it gets worse on the Alps and Prealps, in the evening also on the medium and high plains. In the center: sun and intense heat. South: sunny and warm.
– Tuesday 26. In the north: unstable on the Triveneto, towards evening also in the Northwest and in Emilia. Hot weather. Center: mostly sunny. In the south: prevailing and hot sun.
– Wednesday 27. In the north: unstable with scattered thunderstorms and less hot weather. Center: afternoon thunderstorms over the Apennines and adjacent areas. South: sunny.
Trend: sunnier weather, but there will still be opportunities for some storms in the North. (HANDLE).
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