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    On 12/04/2020 at 11:29, Josh Romano said:

    Happy Easter to all! It is a warm Easter in Italy, meteorologically, especially in the north. Perhaps only on Easter 2007 did we have similar values. From tomorrow, however, temperatures will drop temporarily.

    Buona pasqua, per favore tieni al sicuro.

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    On 12/04/2020 at 11:29, Josh Romano said:

    Happy Easter to all! It is a warm Easter in Italy, meteorologically, especially in the north. Perhaps only on Easter 2007 did we have similar values. From tomorrow, however, temperatures will drop temporarily.

    Happy Easter! Still a serious lack of rainfall in what is one of the wettest months for parts of northern italy... 

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 14/04/2020 at 11:38, edinburgh_1992 said:

    Happy Easter! Still a serious lack of rainfall in what is one of the wettest months for parts of northern italy... 

    After a very warm Easter, especially in the north, in the following days the temperatures dropped sharply in Italy but from today they will rise just as quickly. It will be cooler next week, especially from Wednesday. But on Sunday 19th there will be peaks of 30 ° in Sicily and Sardinia, 25 ° in Rome and Naples!

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 17/04/2020 at 11:25, Josh Romano said:

    After a very warm Easter, especially in the north, in the following days the temperatures dropped sharply in Italy but from today they will rise just as quickly. It will be cooler next week, especially from Wednesday. But on Sunday 19th there will be peaks of 30 ° in Sicily and Sardinia, 25 ° in Rome and Naples!

    After an average warm April but without particular excesses, similar to April 2014, May will begin with an almost summer heat in northern Italy, while in the south the positive anomalies will be more contained. Happy workers' day and happy month of Our Lady to all!

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 01/05/2020 at 16:10, Josh Romano said:

    After an average warm April but without particular excesses, similar to April 2014, May will begin with an almost summer heat in northern Italy, while in the south the positive anomalies will be more contained. Happy workers' day and happy month of Our Lady to all!

    After a not particularly hot March and a lukewarm but not exceptionally hot April, spring 2020 continues with a May that from the beginning appears very hot (, similar to May 2003), first in the north and then, starting from the weekend, at central and south, with fully summer temperatures in many regions. Since June 2019 Italy has been experiencing the longest above average period ever.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 06/05/2020 at 16:24, Josh Romano said:

    After a not particularly hot March and a lukewarm but not exceptionally hot April, spring 2020 continues with a May that from the beginning appears very hot (, similar to May 2003), first in the north and then, starting from the weekend, at central and south, with fully summer temperatures in many regions. Since June 2019 Italy has been experiencing the longest above average period ever.

    In this topic you can follow (in Italian) this latest, extraordinary heat wave in Italy:
    https://forum.meteonetwork.it/meteorologia/168829-ondata-caldo-13-maggio-giorni-successivi-i-picchi-gli-eventuali-record.html

    Temperatures will reach monthly record peaks in many locations in central and southern Italy: 32 ° in Rome and Naples are expected, 35/37 degrees in Foggia and Lecce, even 40 ° in specific areas of Sicily.
    Some monthly records, which date back to May 1988,1994,2006,2008,2009,2015, could be broken.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 12/05/2020 at 17:20, Josh Romano said:

    In this topic you can follow (in Italian) this latest, extraordinary heat wave in Italy:
    https://forum.meteonetwork.it/meteorologia/168829-ondata-caldo-13-maggio-giorni-successivi-i-picchi-gli-eventuali-record.html

    Temperatures will reach monthly record peaks in many locations in central and southern Italy: 32 ° in Rome and Naples are expected, 35/37 degrees in Foggia and Lecce, even 40 ° in specific areas of Sicily.
    Some monthly records, which date back to May 1988,1994,2006,2008,2009,2015, could be broken.

     

    The day of May 14, 2020 saw many monthly heat records fall in southern Italy and Sicily. In Palermo, peaks of 39/40 degrees were reached, due to the sirocco (absolute monthly record). Yesterday, however, the heat records were reached in the southern Balkans: 36.5 ° in Tirana University, 34 ° in the hilly Sofia, 36 ° in Skopje !!!

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    23 hours ago, Josh Romano said:

     

    The day of May 14, 2020 saw many monthly heat records fall in southern Italy and Sicily. In Palermo, peaks of 39/40 degrees were reached, due to the sirocco (absolute monthly record). Yesterday, however, the heat records were reached in the southern Balkans: 36.5 ° in Tirana University, 34 ° in the hilly Sofia, 36 ° in Skopje !!!

    Yesterday was also a historic day for meteorology in some Italian regions: 35 ° in Naples, 33 ° in Latina (just south of Rome), 40 ° in Palermo, fortunately with low humidity. But many monthly records were also broken in Greece: 40 ° in Larissa, 37.5 ° in Athens, while in the central Balkans the hottest day was Friday.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
    On 17/05/2020 at 09:44, Josh Romano said:

    Yesterday was also a historic day for meteorology in some Italian regions: 35 ° in Naples, 33 ° in Latina (just south of Rome), 40 ° in Palermo, fortunately with low humidity. But many monthly records were also broken in Greece: 40 ° in Larissa, 37.5 ° in Athens, while in the central Balkans the hottest day was Friday.

    This feast of the Ascension is rather hot in the regions of central Tyrrhenian and northern Italy, while in the Adriatic regions the temperatures have dropped a lot in the last few days, after a long summer phase. This difference will remain in the next few days, with a relatively cool third decade of May on the Adriatic side, warmer on the Tyrrhenian side up to Tuscany and the north.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 24/05/2020 at 11:31, Josh Romano said:

    This feast of the Ascension is rather hot in the regions of central Tyrrhenian and northern Italy, while in the Adriatic regions the temperatures have dropped a lot in the last few days, after a long summer phase. This difference will remain in the next few days, with a relatively cool third decade of May on the Adriatic side, warmer on the Tyrrhenian side up to Tuscany and the north.

    The third decade of May in any case is not being particularly hot in any Italian region and is even relatively cool on the Adriatic side. Unfortunately, the period June 2019 / May 2020 is the hottest in Italian meterology: in this long period, only March 2020 has approached the thirty-year average and there have been very hot months, such as June, August, September.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 28/05/2020 at 08:57, Josh Romano said:

    The third decade of May in any case is not being particularly hot in any Italian region and is even relatively cool on the Adriatic side. Unfortunately, the period June 2019 / May 2020 is the hottest in Italian meterology: in this long period, only March 2020 has approached the thirty-year average and there have been very hot months, such as June, August, September.

    The end of May is proving to be rather cool in all Italian regions, especially on the Adriatic ones but also in Rome, so that the monthly anomaly of May will be moderate, about 1 °, as happened in April but with a more accentuated thermal gradient, due to the very strong heat wave of the second decade.

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  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)
  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)

    May 2020 in Italy results 1.1 degrees above the 1981-2010 average (more or less), so it is the tenth hottest month of May in the last 121 years in Italy (together with 2015, 2017 and 2007); here is the Top 10 hottest months of May from 1900, nationwide:

    1) 2003 and 2009 (+2,0 °C on 1981-2010 average).

    3) 1920 (+1,7 °C).

    4) 1945 and 2000 (+1,6 °C).

    6) 1986 (+1,4 °C).

    7) 1999 e 2001 (+1,3 °C).

    9) 2018 (+1,2 °C).

    10) 2007, 2015, 2017 and 2020 (+1,1 °C).

     

    Two facts:

    - May 1908 was extremely hot for his historical period (mostly characterized by prolonged cold patterns), in fact it was about 1.0 above the 1981-2010 average, but some datasets consider it equal to 2007, 2015, 2017 and 2020 (+1.1 on the 30-year average).

    - May 2019 was extremely cold; it was, with a -2.3 degrees anomaly from the 1981-2010, by far the coldest italian month of May in this century (beating widely May 2004, that was 1.7 below the same 30-year mean) and the coldest May since 1991 (May 1991 was terribly cold: -3.5 °C below 1981-2010 average, thus resulting in the second coldest month of May since 1900: it's beaten only by May 1902, that had a -3.9 °C anomaly from the 1981-2010 mean).

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  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)
  • Location: Carbonate, Italy (Lombardy)

    May was extremely dry in most regions of Italy (in particular, Sicily saw a 95% monthly precipitation deficit!), and this drought began in January; for five consecutive months, so, the precipitations on Italian territory have been exceptionally below average (except for very small parts of the country). The situation is quite alarming...

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 28/05/2020 at 08:57, Josh Romano said:

    The third decade of May in any case is not being particularly hot in any Italian region and is even relatively cool on the Adriatic side. Unfortunately, the period June 2019 / May 2020 is the hottest in Italian meterology: in this long period, only March 2020 has approached the thirty-year average and there have been very hot months, such as June, August, September.

    After many very hot early June in the last two decades, this month of June started very cool and rainy in Italy, with autumn highs especially in the north but today also in Rome and in most of the south.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 01/06/2020 at 03:04, Perlecano said:

    May was extremely dry in most regions of Italy (in particular, Sicily saw a 95% monthly precipitation deficit!), and this drought began in January; for five consecutive months, so, the precipitations on Italian territory have been exceptionally below average (except for very small parts of the country). The situation is quite alarming...

    Good afternoon! The first ten days of June were very cool in Italy, with a negative anomaly that in some areas (for example, in Tuscany and Lazio) was higher than 2° on the 81/10 average.
    A totally different situation from that of the last decades in Italy, since June is unfortunately the month that statistically warmed up the most.
    To find a cooler first decade of June, we must go back to 2006: that first decade was the first fresh since the early 80's of the last century.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 12/06/2020 at 17:06, Josh Romano said:

    Good afternoon! The first ten days of June were very cool in Italy, with a negative anomaly that in some areas (for example, in Tuscany and Lazio) was higher than 2° on the 81/10 average.
    A totally different situation from that of the last decades in Italy, since June is unfortunately the month that statistically warmed up the most.
    To find a cooler first decade of June, we must go back to 2006: that first decade was the first fresh since the early 80's of the last century.

    So far it is a cool June in Italy, probably the coolest since 1995, especially in the western regions.
    From the weekend, however, it will be warmer, especially in the north, even if we cannot speak of a real heat wave.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 17/06/2020 at 10:58, Josh Romano said:

    So far it is a cool June in Italy, probably the coolest since 1995, especially in the western regions.
    From the weekend, however, it will be warmer, especially in the north, even if we cannot speak of a real heat wave.

    The final part of June is getting very hot in the center and in the north, while in southern Italy temperatures for the moment are more moderate.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 23/06/2020 at 09:03, Josh Romano said:

    The final part of June is getting very hot in the center and in the north, while in southern Italy temperatures for the moment are more moderate.

    The heat will once again be the undisputed protagonist, especially in the center and south from Tuesday. Yesterday, however, was a hot and muggy day in northern Italy and in Tuscany, while in the south the values, although fully summer, were not particularly high.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 26/06/2020 at 09:03, Josh Romano said:

    The heat will once again be the undisputed protagonist, especially in the center and south from Tuesday. Yesterday, however, was a hot and muggy day in northern Italy and in Tuscany, while in the south the values, although fully summer, were not particularly high.

    Today is a thunderstorm day in many areas of Italy. But the heat will not let go: from tomorrow the temperatures will rise, reaching high values first in the north, then in the south.

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  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.
  • Weather Preferences: Cold/cool all over the year. Winter favourite season
  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.

    Hi, I write from North-western Italy, to be precise from Carmagnola, a medium-sized town in the region of Piedmont (the 2nd most extended region of Italy, behind Sicily).

    The climate is continental, with relatively cold winters, and warm to very warm summers. Spring and Autumn tend to be mild and rainy.

    For Carmagnola, of course the coldest month of the year is January, while the hottest is July. About rainfall, things get more interesting. The rainiest seasons are Spring and Autumn, with Spring just being slightly above Autumn (but is not rare having the Autumn rainier than the Spring). The driest season is Winter, just followed by Summer, where you can find a second minimum rainfall. With months, the rainiest month of the year is May, followed by April and October. The driest months are the Winter months (Dec, Jan, Feb) and July.

    Despite not being really cold through the year, in my town snow is not absolutely unknown. From the winter 1990/91 to winter 2019/20 the average fall snow per season is about 28 cm, but in the past it was even higher (from 30 to 40 cm in the second part of the 20th century). The snowiest season of the last 30 years is winter 2009/10 (what a coincidence! Despite being more than 1000 km far from UK, also here it was a snowy season!) with 94 cm, while winter 2006/07 is the only season to have had 0 cm.

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 01/06/2020 at 03:04, Perlecano said:

    May was extremely dry in most regions of Italy (in particular, Sicily saw a 95% monthly precipitation deficit!), and this drought began in January; for five consecutive months, so, the precipitations on Italian territory have been exceptionally below average (except for very small parts of the country). The situation is quite alarming...

    According to the projections, on July 15 the meteorological summer 2020 should have an anomaly of + 0.1 ° / + 0.2 ° in Italy on the average 81-10, therefore a fairly low anomaly. However, the models suggest a potentially very hot third decade of July, especially in the western regions.

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  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.
  • Weather Preferences: Cold/cool all over the year. Winter favourite season
  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.

    Today has been a cloudy but dry day. High min (19.7 °C) overshadowed by a low max (25.4 °C).

    Paradox: this 13th of July has both recorded the highest daily min and lowest daily max of this month! 😂

    However until now the first decade of July has been warmer than average (but not exceptionally), but the second decade will probably be slightly cooler than average. We won't have very cool days, but temperatures will remain between average and slightly cool continuously (although a temp. ricover is previewed from the next week).

    A little curiousity: looking behind at June 2020, despite being a few decimals above average 1971-2000 and slightly below average 1981-2010, in some near places around where I live it was the coolest June since 1999. It was also a rainy month, the first significantly rainier than average month of 2020.

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  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.
  • Weather Preferences: Cold/cool all over the year. Winter favourite season
  • Location: Carmagnola, Turin, Piedmont, Italy, 240 m a.s.l.

    Max of 25.2 °C, even slightly lower than yesterday. 1.6 mm of rain fallen on early-morning, monthly at 31.0 mm. Then remained through the day partially cloudy to cloudy and dry. Very good summer days in this period because I never had to suffer from hot. 😊😉

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 13/07/2020 at 16:16, Josh Romano said:

    According to the projections, on July 15 the meteorological summer 2020 should have an anomaly of + 0.1 ° / + 0.2 ° in Italy on the average 81-10, therefore a fairly low anomaly. However, the models suggest a potentially very hot third decade of July, especially in the western regions.

    A very hot Sunday for south-central Spain and Portugal today ... Various over 40 ° in many regions. But in the next few days the intense heat will shift to central-southern Italy and the southern Balkans, even without abandoning Iberia completely (especially south-eastern Spain).

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  • Location: Region Campania,Italy
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    On 12/01/2020 at 13:15, Josh Romano said:

     

    The strongly anti-cyclonic phase continues in Italy (but not only in Italy), apart from some weak Atlantic interference in the coming days, limited to northern Italy and Sardinia. However, it is not an extremely mild January, unlike, for example, January 2018, as there are thermal inversions in many lowland areas. The models reveal a change in the third decade, with the arrival of a possible cold / freezing wave, more noticeable on the Adriatic regions.

     

    I mention the terrible, exceptional and unpredictable rainy event for the city of Palermo a few days ago, in a place where it generally rains very little in summer and a lot in winter. Or often, it doesn't rain at this time of year. It's a totally subtropical city in terms of climate. Climate warming is making tropical crops thrive in Calabria and Sicily: https://www.ansa.it/canale_terraegusto/notizie/mondo_agricolo/2019/07/07/con-il-cambiamento-climatico-e-boom-di-tropicali-italiani-da-mango-a-banane_fbd86006-5ab0- 407c-9a60-4dfb6d18eb5f.html

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