Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 28: rain and thunderstorms alert

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Weather forecast Rome and Lazio February 28: rain and thunderstorms alert

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Rainy day, Wednesday 28 February, throughout Lazio . From morning to evening all the provinces will be characterized by cloudy skies, rain and thunderstorms, while temperatures – although slightly lower than in the past few days – will still be quite high for what should be the winter period.

In Rome temperatures will be between 13 and 16 degrees, while in Frosinone they will be slightly lower, with the minimum at 11 degrees and the maximum at 14 degrees. In Latina there will be the same temperatures as Rome, while in Rieti the minimum will be 9 degrees and the maximum 15 degrees. In Viterbo, however, the minimum will be 9 degrees and the maximum 14 degrees.

Throughout the region the sky will be cloudy and rain will fall heavily throughout the day. The winds will blow with very strong intensity, risking causing damage and inconvenience to the population, especially with regards to road traffic. Not only. The Civil Protection has issued a yellow weather warning for rain and thunderstorms, which could cause some critical issues for the next 24 hours.

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“The Regional Civil Protection Agency of Lazio has issued a yellow alert from the early hours of today, 28 February, and for the following 24 hours – we read in the note – Scattered to widespread rainfall is expected in Lazio , even of of showers or short thunderstorms in the northern sectors and scattered over the rest of the Region”.

The weather situation is not expected to improve in the next few days, as rain and thunderstorms are still expected, as well as a slight drop in temperatures.

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