The wave of bad weather generated by the low pressure area, present in central-southern Europe, which continues to affect our country too, is not subsiding. After a morning marked by numerous showers and thunderstorms (with some violent phenomena, as in Salerno), in the afternoon real storms were recorded in Lower Lazio (Nettuno and Castelli Romani) and in Casertano (where in Casal di Principe it was reported even a violent whirlwind, with gusts up to 130 km / h). The situation in Sarno (Salerno) is heavy, Municipality notorious for the tragic flood of 1998 which caused 160 victims, where the evacuation of various houses is underway due to a flow of mud and debris, which puts hundreds of people at risk in the area of the historic center. The Civil Protection, the traffic police are reaching the homes of people who have to leave their homes. The Baccelli School open for the reception of evacuated families.
Meanwhile, the Department of Civil Protection has issued a further warning of adverse weather conditions that extends the one issued yesterday. The warning foresees, from today afternoon, Sunday, the persistence of precipitation, predominantly stormy, on Emilia-Romagna, showers or thunderstorms on Veneto, strong gale winds from the western quadrants on Abruzzo and Molise and from the northern quadrants on Friuli Venezia Giulia, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna, in subsequent rotation from the West.
But the real concern for tomorrow, especially in the South. From the early hours of the morning intense phenomena are expected on Sardinia, southern Lazio, Campania, Basilicata and Calabria. The phenomena will be accompanied by showers of strong intensity, frequent electrical activity, ie lightning, hail and strong gusts of wind. Orange alert in Campania (in Naples parks and cemeteries will remain closed, while schools should reopen tomorrow). Today the protection, northern Tyrrhenian Calabria, on central-northern Sardinia and on large sectors of Basilicata. Yellow alert on southern Veneto, on large sectors of Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany, in the entire territory of Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise and Puglia, on the northern sectors of Sicily and on the remaining sectors of Sardinia, Basilicata and Calabria .
27 September 2020 (change September 27, 2020 | 20:03)
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