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Stormy winds are blowing in many areas

Stormy winds are blowing in many areas

Civil Defense Weather Alert

Sunday 24th promises to be a stormy weekend, at least on Saturday, while a significant change is expected from Christmas Eve. For this A National Civil Defense Severe Weather Warning.

Based on available forecasts, the Department of Civil Defense in agreement with the concerned regions – who are responsible for implementing civil defense systems in the concerned regions – has issued a warning of adverse weather conditions. Meteorological events affecting different parts of the country may determine hydrological and hydraulic warnings, which are reported in the National Summary, National Warning and Warning Bulletin. (www.protezionecivile.gov.it)

Weather Alert: Precipitation: Light to moderate amounts of snow remaining on the ground in the morning over the eastern Alpine range.

Temperature: The local minimum has decreased significantly in the northwest and increased in the northeast.

Wendy: Strong northwesterly gales over Sardinia and western and southern Sicily; locally strong faunius in northern regions; Strong westerlies inland over Calabria and other coastal areas of the mid-south.

Mari: The sea, the Channel of Sardinia, and the Straits of Sicily, are very rough, rough from evening; The Tyrrhenian Sea and the Ligurian and Ionian Seas are very rough and locally turbulent in the morning.

The weather and critical situation forecast for Italy is updated daily based on new forecasts and the evolution of events, and is available on the website of the Department of Civil Protection (www.protezionecivile.gov.it) along with general rules of conduct. Bad weather should follow. Information on regional alert levels, specific critical issues regarding individual territories and preventive measures adopted is managed by regional civil defense structures, in liaison with which the Department monitors the evolution of the situation.

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