Weather: NEXT WEEK, from Monday ITALY SPLIT in 2 in FULL SUMMER, between TEMPORALS, HAIL and HOT CLIMATE
Next week: Italy split in twoTime is bound to change once more. The early days of the next week they will actually see aItaly literally split in two from a meteorological point of view, right in the middle of summer. The cause is to be found in the contrast between a cyclonic vortex downhill from Northern Europe, which will cause severe thunderstorms and hail, and the anticyclonic promontory African, a real oven, ready to heat up some regions with very high temperatures.
But let’s go in order by analyzing all the updates ours Official APP, then drawing a trend until the end of July.
While in the course of Sunday 25 July on the Mediterranean basin a vast high pressure field of African origin will be strengthened, from Northern Europe a cyclonic vortex, driven and fed by fresh currents of Atlantic origin, it will move rapidly towards Italy.
Our attention is focused in particular onstart of next week, the last of the month of July: between Monday 26 and Tuesday 27, in fact, one will emerge a decidedly unstable phase affecting above all our northern regions. Be careful because due to the thermal contrasts, let’s not forget that we will be inside another hot and humid bubble of Saharan origin, the temporal they might turn out particularly violent.
According to current data, the areas most at risk would be, in addition toalpine arc, even the plains of Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Emilia Romagna, areas where we do not exclude the possibility of extreme weather events such as storms, hail and strong gusts of wind. Some thunderstorms could spill over to upper Tuscany and Liguria.
Together with the storms we will have, as is normal, also a drop temperatures, at least a temporary refreshment.
However, Italy will be split in two. A completely different speech, in fact, for the rest of the country, which will still be able to enjoy the protection of the African anticyclone: on the rest of the Center and in the South there will therefore be substantial atmospheric stability and, above all, still very hot, with temperatures widely above 36-37 ° C. The data concerning the Puglia, where the mercury column could push up to and beyond 40°C.
Subsequently, in the very last days of July, high pressure is likely to regain lost positions, extending again to the North and thus guaranteeing sun and heat again throughout the country.
Between Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 there is a risk of hailstorms in the North. Searing heat on the rest of the country