Pescara, November 26, 2013 - A group of arctic cold air extraction from the Baltic Sea is invading Italy from the Adriatic regions: it is called 'Attila'. Sanò Antonio, director of the portal www.ilmeteo.it stresses that are already underway on a straight snowfalls very low (100m) of Marche, Abruzzo, Molise, Puglia and Basilicata, and the situation tends to get worse during the afternoon and evening. In the night all regions of the Adriatic from Rimini to Puglia will be affected by snowfalls at low altitudes, even as rain mixed with snow even along the coast of Abruzzo. The weather remains unsettled on the rest of the South and the North of Sicily. Wednesday the day begins in the north with cold -5 ° C, while snowfall will continue at low altitudes over the entire Adriatic coast and also Umbria.
THE NEXT DAY - Between Thursday and Friday are expected to further deterioration between Sardinia and Sicily, while the weather will improve elsewhere, although it will be cold. Italy on Saturday will be divided in 2 by two different climates, but still Adverse weather does not cold in the South, with weather alert Calabria to Puglia for the presence of a small cyclonic vortex, while to the northwest reach a new disturbance will bring snow in Milan and Turin. Sunday will continue with the bad weather to the south, strong Puglia, and the sky more serene in the north Tyrrhenian regions and Sardinia.
ABRUZZO IN THE GRIP - The snow fall in Pescara has caused and is causing much inconvenience that it requires the intervention of the fire brigade and to close schools in some municipalities such as L'Aquila, Chieti, Spoltore, Città Sant'Angelo, Pianella and da Casauria (VIDEO). Firefighters received sos for fallen branches in the street and blocked transport, including bus Piccianello, and they set out for the transport of doctors who need to reach the place of work and a woman who must undergo surgery and was conducted with urgent Spoltore in Ortona because of snow. Pescara A means the City are in action to spread the salt in the higher areas such as hills and Eve
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