Goodbye shortly to sunny days. The big anticyclone that is protecting Italy from bad weather and winter cold has its days numbered. His removal from Italy will favor the irruption of cold air from the Balkans. Antonio Sanò, director and founder of the site www.iLMeteo.it informs that “until Wednesday 19 January the atmosphere will be stable in all regions; the fogs will return to the Po Valley and the sea clouds along the Tyrrhenian coasts, pollution will increase due to the smog that will concentrate where the fog will form. From Thursday the first movements of high pressure towards the northernmost European sectors will activate wetter ocean winds that will cover the sky over many regions, even with some rain over Tuscany , Umbria and then on the lower Tyrrhenian Sea. This situation will anticipate the irruption of cold air from the Balkans which on Friday 21 will affect many regions: the weather is expected to worsen in the middle and lower Adriatic and in the rest of the South with scattered rainfall. which may be snowy up to hilly altitudes on Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia and Basilicata. With the arrival of cold air, temperatures will undergo a significant decrease in all regions “. IN DETAILS Monday 17: In the north: fog over the Po Valley, sun prevalent elsewhere. Center: alternation between clouds and bright spells, in an always stable context. In the south: all sun. Tuesday 18th. In the north: often overcast skies in Liguria, sunny elsewhere. Center: many clouds over northern Tuscany, clear skies elsewhere. In the south: sunny Wednesday 19: In the north: fog over the Po Valley, sun prevailing elsewhere. Center: alternation between clouds and bright spells, in an always stable context. South: all sun.
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