Rains and thunderstorms return. This is the news that emerged from the latest updates which confirm the arrival of fresh and unstable currents for the beginning of next week, capable of triggering storms on almost all of Italy. In short, until almost halfway through the month the atmosphere will not be able to find peace and a bit like last spring the high pressure will be forced to retreat. But let’s go in order, analyzing the updated forecasts and the latest news to better understand where it will be necessary to keep the umbrella at hand.Next week it will open immediately under the banner of bad weather due to the entry of fresh currents and unstable that from north-eastern Europe will quickly reach the Mediterranean basin, giving way to a very unstable phase. Consequently, on Monday 7th we expect intense showers already in the morning, especially on the Triveneto, the Alps and the Prealps in general, then in extension to the rest of the North to also involve the regions of the Center. when a cyclonic circulation harbinger of thunderstorms will remain active which will once again affect the central-northern regions, Puglia and Basilicata. As often happens during the summer season there will certainly be dry breaks, with the sun that will be able to peep out and significantly warm the lower layers of the atmosphere. It will then be precisely the excess heat to provide the energy necessary for the development of massive storm cells that “burst” during the afternoon and evening hours, with the more than concrete risk of locally very strong phenomena, sometimes accompanied by gusts of wind and hailstorm. On Wednesday 9th we will still have rains and thunderstorms, especially in the Alps, the pre-Alps and in the central-southern Tyrrhenian regions. some rain or isolated thunderstorms in the far south and in the Alps. But beware, conditions could immediately worsen again under the blows of a storm surge expected for the following weekend, however we will be able to talk about this again in the next updates. summer does not seem to start off on the right foot. We will see if there are confirmations in the coming days.