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THE LAST MEDITERRANEAN VORTICE. A first turning point, understood as the end of the presence of low pressure vortices on the central-western Mediterranean – a constant in this first part of November – seems to be taking shape starting from the second half of next week. The last of these eddies, which will have accompanied us in the first part, should find a way out to the east starting next Thursday, when it will be hooked on the Balkans by the attempted sinking of a flow of northern European currents and projected towards the eastern states of the Continent, not before having distributed phenomena of instability also widespread in our central and especially southern regions.
END OF SECOND DECADE TREND OF THE MONTH. Following him is a glimpse of a possible reinforcement of the anticyclone from the western European sectors towards the central Mediterranean, with consequent stabilization of the weather also on the boot. At the mid-high European latitudes, however, the disturbed flow would remain active, driven by cold currents descending from the Arctic, which could trigger attacks on the high pressure belt further south. The evolution of this scenario is not yet clear and the forecasting dilemma lies precisely in being able to trace the trajectory of these northern flows that will collide with the anticyclonic area further south. If they manage to find a passage to the Mediterranean the weather could take on decidedly more winter connotations even in the Mediterranean latitudes at the end of the second decade of November, but if the anticyclonic regime were to prevail the appointment with the arrival of true winter could only be postponed. Given the temporal distance, the trend could undergo even substantial changes. We advise you to follow the next updates.
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