A new wave of bad weather will invest much of the Peninsula during the next week due to a Mediterranean cyclone. For tomorrow, Monday, there will be an orange alert throughout the region. To be mainly affected the southern regions "between Monday and Tuesday, when a severe wave of bad weather is expected with even very intense rains and storms, in particular between Sicily, Ionian Calabria, Basilicata and Puglia where we do not exclude violent storms and overall rainfall peaks also exceeding 150-200mm – warns Edoardo Ferrara of 3bmeteo.com – all accompanied by even stormy Scirocco winds with gusts of over 100lkm / h in particular on the Ionian and Salento sides. The seas will be so moved, agitated or even big wide, with waves of more than 4-5 meters, especially on the Ionian Sea, and violent sea storms on the exposed coasts Possible disruptions, damages and hydrogeological criticalities ".
Rains and thunderstorms will then rise towards the North and the Centronord and the bad weather will be accompanied by a strong reinforcement of the winds and seas that are very rough or rough. The bad weather will resurface several times in different areas of Italy, focusing mainly on the Centronord in the second part of the week ".
"Further snowfalls are also expected in the Alps, which in this November are experiencing a particularly happy period for snow, with accumulations already abundant at high altitude. Snow in particular in the second part of the week, even copious, up to the average altitudes but sometimes still below 900-1000m. Further snowfalls will return to interesting the northern Apennines at medium-high altitudes. November has every intention to remain very dynamic, with new perturbations in perspective even in the long term accompanied by a further drop in temperatures ", conclude by 3bmeteo.com.
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