The last days of June and early July will be accompanied, according to current maps, for quite some time variable. Strong thunderstorms could peek at the north and center early next week, with benign thermal effects on all of Italy in the following days.
July it could begin with a climate instead fairly stable and without thermal excesses given the absence of African high pressure on the Mediterranean.
The first map shows the baric and thermal collapse that could take place in central Europe and in the north-central of our Peninsula on the day of Tuesday 29 June:
If things were to go in these terms, we could speak of one storm crisis associated with a thermal break in Italy. At first he will be interested the north and part of the center, later also the south and the islands will benefit from this temporary drop in temperatures: it won’t be cool but at least less hot.
If with a virtual leap we move to Friday 2 July, we note the presence of pleasant north-western currents that will chase the storms of the previous days:
The heat wave would also be eradicated by Italy on the southern regions and all our country would enjoy temperatures in line with the averages for the period (therefore rather hot but not particularly annoying) with a hint of instability in the internal areas and in the north.
This situation could continue for much of the first decade of July. The map relative to theon July 5th exhibition the extension ofhigh pressure of the Azores on Central Europe and the complete retreat of the African anticyclone from the Mediterranean:
Conditions of stability with acceptable temperatures from north to south and some thunderstorms in the afternoon in the north and in the internal sectors; in other words, it would be the ideal summer for everyone …
We will see if in the coming days the model maps will confirm this hypothesis.
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