In the next seven days a cyclonic vortex fed by fresh air at high altitude will cross Italy from North to South, dispensing numerous storms even with hail. The iLMeteo.it team informs that from today the atmospheric instability will not decrease due to the transit of the aforementioned low pressure. Showers and thunderstorms will first affect a large part of the North and the Apennine ridge, especially the central one, then they will be more active and frequent in the Center-South and the Alps. Precipitation pushed by northerly winds will also be accompanied by hailstorms and local storms. The sun will be more likely to shine in the morning and early afternoon. As often happens, daytime temperatures will also undergo significant decreases in the presence of bad weather in the face of significant increases with greater sunshine. Today – In the north: highly unstable weather with scattered showers or thunderstorms. Middle: unstable on the peninsular regions. In the south: thunderstorms over the Apennines. Tomorrow Tuesday 8 June – In the north: some thunderstorms in the Alps, in Lombardy and in Emilia, scattered clouds elsewhere. Center: thunderstorms or scattered showers, sun in Sardinia. In the south: bad weather in Campania, Basilicata, Calabria. Wednesday 9 June – In the north: thunderstorms only in the Alps. In the center: some thunderstorms in Lazio. In the South: some showers or thunderstorms in Campania and Calabria. From Thursday more unstable on the reliefs in general.