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Weather alert, Civil Protection notice; new RAIN, THUNDERSTORMS and strong WINDS are coming

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Weather alert, Civil Protection notice;  new RAIN, THUNDERSTORMS and strong WINDS are coming

Weather Alert for Monday 4 March A disturbance of Atlantic origin tends to deepen on our Peninsula, resulting in a phase of disturbed weather; associated with it will be a significant reinforcement of ventilation which, on Monday 4 March, will mainly affect Sardinia, then extending to the southern regions, especially in Sicily and Calabria.

Based on the available forecasts, the Department of Civil Protection in agreement with the regions involved – which are responsible for activating the civil protection systems in the territories concerned – has issued a warning of adverse weather conditions. The weather phenomena, impacting the different areas of the country, could determine hydrogeological and hydraulic criticalities which are reported, in a national summary, in the national criticality and alert bulletin which can be consulted on the Department’s website (www.protezionecivile.gov.it).

The warning predicts from the night of Sunday 3 March, strong to gale-force winds, with strong gale-force gusts, from the western quadrants over Sardinia, subsequently extending to Sicily and Calabria, with possible storm surges along the exposed coasts.

On the basis of the expected and ongoing phenomena, an orange alert has been assessed for Monday 4 March in some sectors of Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna. Also assessed, yellow alert on Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzo, Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Puglia, Calabria, Sicily and on some sectors of Veneto, Piedmont, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Sardinia.

The meteorological and critical situation forecast for Italy is updated daily based on new forecasts and the evolution of phenomena, and is available on the website of the Department of Civil Protection (www.protezionecivile.gov.it), together with the general rules of behavior to follow in case of bad weather. Information on regional alert levels, on specific critical issues that could concern individual territories and on the prevention actions adopted are managed by the territorial civil protection structures, in contact with which the Department will monitor the evolution of the situation.

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