September begins with rains strong and temporalbut thesummer it’s not over yet. The hot African is around the corner and urges you not to keep swimsuits and towels. What will happen in the next 24 hours? According to experts, one is approaching Atlantic disturbance. From initial conditions of largely stable weather, except for the last strong thunderstorms expected in Puglia (especially in the morning), a significant worsening of the weather in the Northwest with thunderstorms by evening. Winds will blow lightly or locally moderate from the northern quadrants. The seas will be locally rough. Bad temperatures are rising.
The Atlantic disturbance has reached the country bringing with it rain and wind. On the basis of the expected phenomena it was evaluated for today, Thursday 1st September, yellow alert on Marche, Abruzzo, Lazio, Campania, Umbria, Molise, Basilicata, Puglia and Calabria and part of Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Sicily.
Specifically in Puglia: Basso Fortore, Tavoliere – low basins of Candelaro, Cervaro and Carapelle, Gargano and Tremiti, Basso Ofanto, Sub-Apennine Dauno, Central Adriatic Puglia, Lato and Lenne basins, Central Puglia Bradanica, Salento (weather Source .it).
The return of the heat
But if summer 2022 seems to be over, it isn’t. The tail flicks of theNorth African anticyclone they will be felt and the temperatures will return to skyrocket. The arrival of the African anticyclone is expected from 5 September, but according to experts as early as 3 and 4 September it will begin to set fire to the Southern Regions and will continue until the weekend of 10 and 11 September..
Orange alert on September 2nd
Orange alert in Puglia until 12 noon tomorrow, 2 September, due to hydrogeological risk and thunderstorms. The alert concerns central Adriatic Puglia, Basso Ofanto, Basso Fortore, Gargano and Tremiti, Tavoliere and Bassi basins of Candelaro, Cervaro and Carapelle. Yellow alert, on the other hand, for hydrogeological risk due to thunderstorms on central Apulia bradanica, Salento, Sub Apennines Dauno and the Lato and Lenne basins. According to the Bulletin of the Apulian Regional Civil Protection, scattered to diffuse rainfall is expected, with a prevalent downpour or thunderstorm character, with generally moderate cumulative quantities, up to punctually high in central-northern Puglia. The phenomena will be accompanied by strong showers, frequent electrical activity, hailstorms and strong gusts of wind.CopyAMP code