With the beginning of next week our country will find itself once again, as has often happened in this bizarre spring, divided in two. On the one hand we will find the African anticyclone to guarantee stable and warm weather, on the other hand the unstable North Atlantic flow, which will give rise to heavy rains and thunderstorms. The team of the website www.iLMeteo.it informs that after a largely sunny Sunday, Monday 24 May an Atlantic disturbance will impact the northern regions and Tuscany, with widespread rains and some storms. The African anticyclone will take care of the rest of Italy to bring good weather and above all a decidedly summer climate: Rome will touch 30 ° C, Foggia will exceed them abundantly like many other cities in the South, especially Sicilian. The disturbance will then quickly pass towards the Triveneto on Tuesday. Subsequently, the high pressure will continue to protect the central-southern regions even if in a less hot climate than on Monday, the North will instead be reached by a little instability that will cause rain especially on the mountains. Triveneto, sun elsewhere. In the center: sky that covers itself from Sardinia towards the Tyrrhenian regions. In the south: sunshine and summer heat. Monday 24: In the north: widespread rainfall, locally of strong intensity and with occasional thunderstorms. Center: rains over Tuscany. In the South: stable and sunny day everywhere.