storm warnings throughout the South and the Adriatic regions – Corriere.it

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Intense phenomena with hail are expected, especially on Campania and northern Sicily. Clear weather in the North with rising temperatures

On Sunday 18 July in the Center-South there could be important episodes of bad weather, in some cases even extreme. The most intense part of the disturbance linked to the passing cyclone will be concentrated in the southern regions. Precipitation at times very abundant and in the form of a thunderstorm with hail may affect most of the regions, but especially the Tyrrhenian coasts, the Gargano and Campania. The soil, which has been dry for more than a month, may not be able to absorb the large amount of rain expected, so sudden floods or very localized flash floods are not excluded. Things will go better in the North, in Tuscany and Sardinia where good weather and heat will once again be protagonists.

North

The day will be characterized by a largely sunny morning, while in the afternoon some thunderstorms or showers may break out on the central-eastern borders. Yellow alert on the Romagna coast. In Brescia a yellow stamp for the heat.

Center and Sardinia

From the morning showers on southern Marche, Abruzzo and Molise, then thunderstorms also on central-southern Lazio and inland areas of Abruzzo and Molise. Sunny elsewhere. Weak winds or winds with local reinforcements, especially on the Tyrrhenian Sea, from the northern quadrants. Yellow alert in the Marche, Umbria, Abruzzo and Molise.

South and Sicily

Unstable atmosphere and the possibility of thunderstorm showers at times intense on Puglia, Basilicata, Campania and north-eastern coastal Sicily. More sun on the rest of the island, mistral winds. Orange alert in northern and south-western Sicily, yellow in all southern regions.

July 17, 2021 (change July 17, 2021 | 16:35)

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