Heavy rain and thunderstorms underway, but the worst will arrive in the next few hours

Heavy rain and thunderstorms underway, but the worst will arrive in the next few hours
Heavy rain and thunderstorms underway, but the worst will arrive in the next few hours

The next few hours will be marked by strong thunderstorms and hail

There are already scattered rains and some thunderstorms in some areas of the country, but the worst is expected in the next few hours.

After a few days governed by a boiling and suffocating anticyclone of African origin, some regions of Italy are now faced with a significant change on the meteorological front due to a cyclonic vortex which is currently developing at sea level of Liguria.

The meteorological picture has already undergone a general worsening during the night in some parts of the North and part of the Centre, while the South continues to experience a decidedly more stable atmospheric picture.

07:00 am – In these early hours of the morning we report scattered rain, also in the form of downpours, over the easternmost Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia, a large part of the Alpine sector up to the westernmost area of ​​Veneto.
Scattered showers are also reported in Sardinia, Tuscany and the more internal areas of Umbria.

Pay attention to the next few hours when a further worsening of atmospheric conditions is expected.

Starting from the northern regions, the weather will continue with frequent showers and thunderstorms. These phenomena will progressively extend to all the northern regions and in the afternoon they could also be of strong intensity accompanied by sudden gusts of wind, cloudbursts and even large hailstorms due to the presence of very cold air at altitude.

All this will also be accompanied by a clear and general drop in temperatures. Maximum temperatures could lose up to 10°C, marking a clear decrease compared to previous days.

Going down towards the regions of Central Italy and Sardinia we will find a context of marked variability with the sky appearing at times very cloudy or overcast, with a high risk of rain and thunderstorms over Tuscany and Umbria. Even in these areas there will be a drop in temperatures, albeit more limited than in the North.

In stark contrast, the South and Sicily will still remain under the influence of the subtropical anticyclone. These regions will enjoy generally more stable and sunny conditions, with temperatures remaining higher than the rest of the country. The maximum can reach i 32°Calthough northerly winds will help mitigate the African heat.

Based on available forecasts, the Department of Civil Protection in agreement with the regions involved, who are responsible for activating civil protection systems in the territories concerned, issued a warning of adverse weather conditions. The weather phenomena, impacting on different areas of the country, could lead to hydrogeological and hydraulic criticalities which are reported, in a national summary, in the national criticality and alert bulletin available on the department website (www.protezionecivile.gov.it).

On the basis of the foreseen and ongoing phenomena, it was evaluated for the day of Sunday 23 June, yellow alert across the entire territory of Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany, Umbria, and the Autonomous Province of Bolzano, as well as sectors of Lombardy, Marche and Abruzzo.

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