Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 27: wave of bad weather, rain and cloudy skies

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Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 27: wave of bad weather, rain and cloudy skies

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Today, Tuesday 27 February, will be another day of bad weather. In fact, throughout Lazio, at times very heavy rains are expected, which will follow one another from morning until evening. The sky will be cloudy but, despite this, temperatures will be quite mild. In the city of Rome , for example, minimum temperatures will not fall below 12 degrees, while maximum temperatures will be slightly higher, around 15 degrees. Warmer highs in Frosinone and Latina, where the thermometer will reach 17 degrees. Harsher climate in Rieti, where the thermometer will fluctuate between 12 and 14 degrees, while in Viterbo the temperatures will be even lower, ranging from 9 to 11 degrees.

The common denominator in all the provinces of Lazio is the cloudy sky and the rain, which will fall throughout the day. The winds will mainly blow moderately, but will reach a very strong intensity especially in the morning.

These days the climate is harsher than that of the past days, in which the temperatures were very high and thanks to the high sun and the cloudless sky , we had a winter between autumnal and spring. Rain is expected in the next few days, with peaks of bad weather in which there will also be thunderstorms, but temperatures will remain quite high.

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This is because, according to what was reported by the experts at Meteo.it, “the arrival of a Cyclonic Vortex on our country is imminent. It will give rise to an important phase of bad weather destined to cause heavy rain and also the return of a lot of snow , initially up to hilly altitudes”. At the end of the week, the situation should improve.

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