Weather forecast Rome and Lazio today 21 February: sunshine in the capital, but minimum temperatures plummet

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Weather forecast Rome and Lazio today 21 February: sunshine in the capital, but minimum temperatures plummet

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Today, Wednesday 21 February , will be a day in Rome characterized by sunshine and good weather, but temperatures will begin to drop in view of the disturbance that will hit Italy starting from Thursday 22 February.

Clear skies are expected in the capital today with abundant winds and temperatures between four and seventeen degrees. The minimums, therefore, will settle at purely winter values, but the maximums will remain above average.

During Thursday 21st, however, everything will change and a vast disturbance of Atlantic origin will arrive in Italy. According to what the meteorologists of the 3BMeteo.com website explain, “a first front will reach Italy starting from the northern regions, even if in this circumstance the associated phenomena will still be mainly weak, a little more frequent in Liguria and in the vicinity of the Alpine sectors, but at times also absent on the lower Po Valley”.

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In Central and Southern Italy the disturbance will arrive on Friday, when it will bring rain and thunderstorms across the entire Tyrrhenian side. On Saturday, the experts further explain, the disturbance should reach the southern regions. “The week could end with Italy inserted into a vast depression circulation responsible for instability in the Centre-South with locally intense rain and thunderstorms, while in the North conditions could be gradually and partially improving. But new disturbances would be ready from the Atlantic to reach the country, now devoid of any anti-cyclonic protection, with a new load of rain between the end of the weekend and the beginning of the following week starting from the westernmost areas”.

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