Weather: fresh air arrives but also hail. Here’s where

Fresh currents are coming that bring instability and a strong wave of storms over much of our peninsula. Since Monday evening heavy rains are expected associated with hailstorms along the Apennine ridge, between Tuscany, Emilia, Umbria and Marche.

These thunderstorms will tend to move towards the Emilia plain and may hit the cities of Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena and Bologna , and then go on to involve the Romagna coasts.

The rains will not only affect the central regions only. The weather alert also covers some regions of the North, in particular Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.

After having affected the central-eastern alpine sectors, new thunderstorms may in fact hit the Venetian and Friulian plains, with the risk of violent phenomena between Bellunese, Treviso, the High Venetian and the Friulian coast . In these areas there is a very strong risk that new violent hailstorms can be knocked down, after the destructive ones of the past few hours.

The bad weather will continue throughout the week, with thunderstorms even intense from the Alps towards the plains. The phenomena may be strong throughout the Po Valley as early as Tuesday, especially in Emilia Romagna and between Piedmont and Lombardy.

Thunderstorms in Turin, Alessandria, Milan , Bergamo, Verona, Vicenza, Padua, Bologna, Modena, Ferrara. Also associated with thunderstorms are strong winds and hail with temperatures falling further in the Center-North. Southern Italy, on the other hand, will be mostly sunny, with only a few sporadic rainfall between the Campania ridge, Molise and northern Puglia . Here the maximum values ​​will reach up to 40 ° C in Sicily.

The weather will improve during the week, until the end of the weekend, with probable heat storms concentrated in the evening hours. With these assumptions even the weekend will start all in all under the sign of the Sun, but by the end of the week a new high pressure bang in the northern regions will cause a deterioration of the weather starting from the Alps.