The Italian meteorological trend is preparing for a significant change with the approach of a large area of high pressure of sub-tropical origin. This warm air bubble will directly affect several regions, bringing substantial changes to the Italian climate. Here is the weather forecast for the week of January 22nd.
Italy Weather Forecast, sub-tropical high pressure
Starting from January 22nd, a large area of high pressure of sub-tropical origin, coming from Africa, will spread across central-western Europe. This phenomenon will have the effect of blocking Atlantic disturbances and flows of cold northern air.
This anticipated evolution, already announced by the meteorologist Colonel Giuliacci, foresees a increase in temperatures in a period traditionally characterized by cold.
During the week, from Monday to Tuesday, the rapid transit of an unstable front is expected which will bring temporary weather infiltrations of humid air. Experts indicate that these effects will be short-lived.
Weather forecasts estimate deviations from the climatic average of up to +10°C, with peaks of 20% in the Central-Southern regions and on the Major Islands in the middle of the week. This thermal variation represents a notable change compared to the atmospheric conditions typical of this phase of the year.
Weather day by day
Monday 22 January: Increase in pressure in the North with partly cloudy skies and night frosts. Center with clear skies, South with partly cloudy skies.
Tuesday 23 January: Good weather in the North with rising temperatures. Cloudiness in the centre, Mistral wind in the south, slightly or partially cloudy skies.
Friday: Irregularly cloudy skies in the North, cloudy in Tuscany, Umbria and Lazio, clear elsewhere.
Thursday 25 January: Temperatures rising with a prevalence of sun, more clouds in Triveneto, northern Tuscany and the lower Tyrrhenian Sea.
Friday: Stable pressure, fogs in the North and clouds along the Ligurian coast. Good weather prevailing with mild climate in the remaining regions.
This weather scenario, characterized by a sub-tropical anticyclone, promises a week of significant thermal variations throughout Italy.