Cold turbulence runs across Italy, causing temperatures to drop and snowfall to mountainous elevations in part of the south. This is indicated by the weather alert from the Civil Protection.
From today, the notice expects snowfall on average above 500-700 meters in Campania, Basilicata and Puglia, with weak to moderate contributions on the ground. Strong winds to a storm are also expected over eastern Emilia-Romagna, Marche, Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio, extending from the early hours of tomorrow to Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia, Campania and Basilicata with more temporary storms reaching strong storms over Sahel and Apennine. Regions; Then strong winds are expected to blow into a gale over Sicily and Calabria. Severe storms expected along the exposed coasts.
Assessed for orange alert tomorrow for hydrogeological hazards in the northern region of Puglia. Hydrogeological, hydraulic and storm hazard alerts in yellow for Abruzzo and Molise and in some sectors of Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria and Sicily.
Snow in Lazio Covid and snow emergency, back to school amid potential fears and inconveniences. It snows heavily in the mountainous regions of the Aniene Valley in the province of Rome. Health emergency concerns now join potential snowfall-related difficulties for students. White streets in the upper Sublacense, where schools are expected to reopen tomorrow morning, which also sparks political controversy. Last night in Subiaco, there was a request to postpone the return to class made by city councilor Matteo Bertellitti, “The increase in infections from Covid-19 – he confirmed – worries the school world. It seems natural now that the instability of the situation requires a different reflection on the part of the municipal administration.” Heavy snow has whitewashed villages around Subiaco, where returning to school can be more complicated, especially for high school students.
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