Today more than ever, the climatic changes happen abruptly. Meteorologists are not always able to make clear predictions. Certainly, the climate is changing thanks to smog and global warming. Spastic weather is ahead for Italy.
What will the spastic weather be like?
Scientists and researchers have warned that even in this first week of December, many will experience climate anomalies. Up until the weekend it is expected to be hot, with temperatures that could reach 20 degrees Celsius in the south of Italy.
Around Dec. 8, the day dedicated to the Immaculate Conception, Italy will suffer a sharp drop in temperatures and will even become arctic. First there will be high pressure of tropical origin, which will extend to every region. But it will be followed by bad weather, with rain – even if only mild.
Two anticyclones will hit Italy. The first will hit the center-south and will bring rain the first half of the week. The second will affect the center starting on Dec. 6. This will come with fog, up to Umbria and Lazio, as well as in the Po Valley.
The temperatures will rise, especially in the south, where there will be some sky cover. It will then go below 10 degrees Celsius. The weekend will be met with frost and with a polar perturbation, according to Antonio Sanò director and founder of ilMeteo.it.
Polar perturbation for the day of the Immaculate Conception. Italians usually decorate their houses and prepare Nativity scenes and Christmas trees on this day. The Christmas spirit, maybe even some snow, is arriving.