Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 18: sunny and hot, temperatures up to 20 degrees

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Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 18: sunny and hot, temperatures up to 20 degrees

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Today, Sunday 18 February, will be characterized by very high spring temperatures – with the thermometer reaching almost twenty degrees – and by cloudless skies. Lazio will be full of sunshine, without rain and with winds that will blow pleasantly. It will be very hot throughout the region, a climate that is decidedly jarring with what should be the winter season . Even in the next few days the climate will be more or less similar, except for Monday when rain and thunderstorms are expected.

The strong heat that has hit the region is caused by the African anticyclone , which will continue to hover over the country throughout the weekend. In Southern Italy, temperatures will even reach twenty-two degrees, while in Central Italy they will reach twenty degrees.

Next week, despite the heat , there will be a progressive deterioration of atmospheric conditions, with rain in some parts of the region, but without too many drops in temperatures.

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However, it does not seem that the cold will arrive this year: despite some drops in temperatures, with a slightly harsher climate, it will continue to be hot with the continuous arrival of these anticyclones. As the season progresses, temperatures will rise even more. The risk however, as already happened last year, is that extreme climatic events could occur, with very heavy rains that could cause numerous damages. For now, the month of February will continue to have weather like that of April, with highs starting to reach as high as twenty degrees.

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