Bad weather in Rome, hail and water bombs from Cassia to Nomentana: chaos in the street

Bad weather in Rome, hail and water bombs from Cassia to Nomentana: chaos in the street
Bad weather in Rome, hail and water bombs from Cassia to Nomentana: chaos in the street

Rain, hail and gusts of wind: another day marked by bad weather that of today that has sent traffic haywire in different areas of the city. In particular in the northern Rome area, from Saxa Rubra to the Trionfale, but also Montesacro and along the Nomentana. A series of water bombs flooded streets: the Anas teams had to intervene on the Palmiro Togliatti for some interventions in the neighborhood. Chaos and rivers of water also along the Colombo and Salaria, leaving Rome. Rome Fiumicino is completely whitewashed by hail. Strong winds and damage on the coast.

Weather alert, from Campania to Sardinia here is the new wave of snow and rain

In the early hours of the morning, until noon, hundreds of phone calls arrived at the fire brigade due to flooding in cellars and streets. For meteorologists it will be 24 hours of intense bad weather that await the capital. The Regional Functional Center announces that the Civil Protection Department has issued a warning of adverse weather conditions for the next 24-30 hours for today 2 December.

In the next few hours, the weather will remain highly unstable over Lazio and Rome, with a high risk of rain and thunderstorms until the evening.

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