Weather, stop at Ottobrata: the Mediterranean vortex brings the rains back to the peninsula



Over the next week, the weather will reserve a stop for Octobrata, thanks to the arrival of a Mediterranean whirlwind: what’s going on.

October should finally be coming to an end, with the weather pattern set to change next month. In fact we will have the arrival of a Mediterranean vortex ready to signal the rains: all forecasts.

What will happen with the arrival of next week (via Pixababay)

The bad weather will soon return to roar on the Italian peninsula. In fact, over the next week we will have a dangerous Mediterranean vortex that will bring thunderstorms and heavy rain to many of our regions. Attention has been focused since Monday, October 10, when a Mediterranean whirlpool will deepen on the lower Tyrrhenian triggering showers, also in the form of thunderstorms and violent gusts of wind. The biggest danger is the stationary nature of thunderstorms which could lead to flash floods.

Also due to the counterclockwise movement of the currents, the vortex will draw in very warm air from the southern quadrants which, after crossing the sea and laden with moisture, will provide surplus fuel (potential energy) for extreme weather events. . We therefore expect a high-risk configuration. The areas most under observation will be the two main islands, Lazio, Campania, Calabria and to follow also Basilicata and Puglia. So let’s find out what happens in the next few hours.

Weather, the anticyclone is weakening: how it ends this weekend

What’s happening on the Italian peninsula (via Pixabay)

During this week, the anticyclone which during the week caused stable conditions and a mostly sunny weather is weakening, under the pressure of the wet currents from the west of the distant Atlantic matrix which are trying to lower in latitude. To allow the weather to deform, a low pressure vortex will move from the Balearic Islands towards the peninsula. Let’s see what is happening in the three main sectors of the Italian peninsula.

Over the northern regions of Italy we will have mostly cloudy skies with widespread rain in the northwest and western Emilia. While scattered clouds will occupy the skies of Triveneto and Romagna. Thermal values ​​will generally decrease, with maximum values ​​ranging from 17 to 22 degrees.

On the other hand, in the regions of central Italy, we will have a partly cloudy situation, greater densification and some rain in Tuscany. While on the other hand, the day will be sunnier on the Adriatic coast. Temperatures will drop slightly, with highs ranging from 22 to 26 degrees.

Finally, over the regions of southern Italy we will have scattered showers and a few thunderstorms over Sardinia and western Sicily. Elsewhere, on the other hand, we will have a sunnier situation, with the exception of a few passing mists. Temperatures will rise slightly, with highs ranging from 22 to 27 degrees.

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