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Temperatures will rise further on Monday. Already on trend Weekend The African anticyclone will begin to intensify over central-southern Europe and temperatures will begin to increase dramatically in Italy, especially on the larger islands. But still The heat increase will be more significant from the beginning of next week, rising air masses from Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia towards the central Mediterranean Sea and Italy. Already on Monday, temperatures up to 40°C are expected in inland areas of Sardinia, 38°C in inland areas of Tuscany, Lazio and Sicily, and 36/37°C in the Po Valley, Puglia and Basilicata.
This week will be warm and AFA will increase. Tuesday will be another warm day, with temperatures also rising in the Adriatic region, so local highs of 40°C could be reached in Tavoliere del Buckley. It gets hot even at nightAlso, the minimum temperature will not fall below 24/26°C and will be higher along the coasts, Leads to annoying tropical nights. As a result, the heat will increase, especially after sunset, the humidity will increase and the temperature will be even higher, especially in large urban centers. Temperatures vary from a minimum of 25°C to a maximum of 36°C in Milan, 25 to 37°C in Bologna, 27 to 30°C in Genoa, 23 to 38°C in Florence and Rome. 24 to 34°C, Ancona 23 to 31°C, Naples 25 to 32°C, 23 to 40°C in Foggia24 to 35°C in Cagliari and 28 to 35°C in Palermo.
Temperatures will drop in the Mid-North from Wednesday. Temperatures may rise slightly in the Mid-South on Wednesday and Thursday Peaks inland above 40°C occur in the inland areas of Sardinia and Upper Puglieseto do Conversely, in the north and part of the center, the partial yield of the anticyclone favors the entry of relatively cold currents of Atlantic origin. A few thunderstorms in northern regions And This results in a reduction in temperature.
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