Weather: the forecast for Saturday 25 July

After Friday ‘s storms, the sun shines again sole on almost the whole peninsula. Temperatures are rising in anticipation of the arrival of atorrid tidal wave early next week. According to experts, the weather will be on Saturday marked improvement with sun prevailing over most of the regions and only a few unstable notes on the southern Apennines in the afternoon. Saturday two cities with yellow dot for the heat according to the Ministry of Health: Perugia and Palermo. There Civil protection it has placed all of Lombardy (except Valtellina) on orange alert due to hydrogeological criticism and Veneto, Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia (except the provinces of Taranto and Lecce) and eastern Basilicata on yellow alert.


Some morning mist on the Veneto plain and sky with scattered clouds on the alpine borders of Alto Adige and Friuli (rain showers in the afternoon). For the rest, clear or partly cloudy skies. Temperatures: maximum values ​​between 27 and 32 degrees.

Center and Sardinia

General good weather conditions except for a greater cloudiness over Molise where in the afternoon storms could break out on the hills. Temperatures: between 27 and 32 degrees.

South and Sicily

From initial conditions of clear or cloudy sky to worsening in the afternoon on the Apennines, especially between Basilicata and Puglia, with some thunderstorms or brief showers. Temperatures between 29 and 33 degrees.


The weather will remain clear even on Sunday with some afternoon thunderstorms on the alpine borders: orange dot for the heat in Perugia and yellow in Rome. From Tuesday the maximum values ​​will touch 38 degrees in Florence, 36 C in Rome, Ferrara, Bologna. In the following days 39-40 degrees will be reached in Tuscany, Emilia, Veneto, Puglia, Sardinia and Sicily.

July 24, 2020 (change July 24, 2020 | 5:47 pm)



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