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currents They return from the southern quadrants to spread throughout Italy. This is the result of a change in circulation, which sees Arctic currents move westward as depressions form over Western Europe. Italy will be exposed to strong windsand associated with two confused passages, the first on Tuesday, the second between Thursday and Friday but with more important consequences. Saturday. In both cases gusts of 80/90km/h or higher inland are expected, along with gales and storm surge along exposed coasts. Then let’s see a detail Most important days.
Sea and wind on Tuesday 28th November: Strong winds throughout the night and day with westerlies in the Tyrrhenian regions, southwesterly in the Ionian and Adriatic regions. Wind speeds will exceed 80/90 km/h in the western basins and hurricanes in the low Adriatic coastal areas and storms on exposed coasts. Winds will be strong across the central southern Apennines, with gusts of up to 100km/h especially at higher altitudes..
Sea and Wind Friday 1st December: The situation is not very different from Tuesday, the winds will be strong with a south-westerly in the Tyrrhenian regions around the south in the Ionian and Adriatic. Gusts of 100 km/h to 90 km/h are possible in the North Tyrrhenian Sea. Storm surges along exposed coasts. Strong winds prevail throughout the central-southern Apennines.
Weekend: More strong winds on Saturday starting to rotate from the northern quadrant Fast bora over Trieste and strong north wind in Liguria. Elsewhere along the west or north-west side. They will weaken on Sunday.
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