The Municipality of Milan issued the yellow alert for ordinary meteorological risk on the Milan hydraulic node starting from tomorrow morning due to the intensification of increasingly unstable wet currents. High attention for the levels of the Seveso and Lambro rivers starting at 12 noon.
Summer will now be a distant memory in Milan in these days of mid-September: the Municipality has warned in a note that there will be a yellow alert for ordinary meteorological risk on the Milan hydraulic node starting tomorrow morning due to intensification of increasingly unstable wet currents.
Heavy thunderstorms expected from tomorrow morning
For tomorrow, Thursday 16 September, thunderstorms are expected starting at 9 in the morning. The note from the municipal administration goes on to specify that hydrogeological risks could occur that could affect the Seveso and Lambro rivers starting at 12 noon. The alert was issued by the Natural Risks Monitoring Functional Center of the Lombardy Region and the Municipality of Milan has activated the civil protection, local police and MM teams for monitoring and planning any interventions.
The slight flooding of the Seveso in early August
Bad weather in Milan had also hit in summer, at the beginning of August, on the night between 4 and 5. The Seveso was overflowing, albeit slightly. Milan’s councilor for mobility Marco Granelli reported it on Facebook, who with various messages had updated on the different levels of the watercourse and on any inconveniences. Fortunately the alarm returned for the Lambro. The Seveso was however flooded in via Valfurva and via Padre Monti and in the vicinity of Istria. The Lambro was also worried, which had exceeded 2 meters in via Feltre. The evacuation procedure of the two communities in the Lambro Exodus and Ceas park had also been activated, fortunately canceled because the situation had normalized in about an hour.