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    No “San Martino summer” this year, due to the presence of a cyclonic vortex on the western Mediterranean which will bring bad weather to many Italian regions. The days at the turn of 11 November, St. Martin’s Day, are traditionally mild, explains Antonio Sanò, director and founder of the site www.iLMeteo.it, because, “statistically speaking, a large figure of high pressure that gives rise to a stable phase, sunny with a mild climate during the day and relatively cold at night “. This year, however, Sanò observes, “this period could be a great flop, in fact a cyclone present near Sardinia will continue to send numerous rain pulses that will affect many regions, especially in the south”. Given the position of the vortex, the most unstable and at times disturbed areas, the director of iLMeteo.it specifies, will be the two Major Islands, the South, the central Adriatic slopes and in these hours also the Northeast and Lombardy. ” for the weekend when the first invasion of polar air could take place.
    In detail Monday 8. In the north: overcast sky with rain in the Northeast and in Lombardy, then over lower Piedmont. In the center: bad weather in the Adriatic regions and in Sardinia, rain also in Lazio. In the south: very unstable with scattered rains, sometimes intense in Sicily.
    Tuesday 9. In the north: often overcast, but generally dry skies.
    Center: intermittent rain showers, in Sardinia it worsens strongly in the evening and at night. In the south: rains in Sicily, strong in Agrigento, Trapani and Palermo, weak and intermittent elsewhere.
    Wednesday 10. In the north: rains on Piedmont and western Liguria.
    Center: bad weather in Sardinia, rain on the Tyrrhenian coasts.
    In the south: bad weather in Sicily, drier elsewhere.
    From Thursday bad weather in Sicily and again in Sardinia, it improves elsewhere with rising temperatures.

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