Winter hurricanes in northern Europe are often devastating and during these hours the situation remains a red alert from the UK to the Netherlands and Germany, a weather picture that will be the worst in 30 years in some regions. The entire Baltic region will also be under check for these additional tropical winter hurricanes until tomorrow, which will be as deep and intense as Type 4 hurricanes: the Sapphire-Simpson scale for hurricanes will range from a minimum of 1 to a maximum of 5. Type 4 hurricane is a monster; The difference between these northern European storms is very small in diameter compared to a hurricane, otherwise these disturbances coming from northern Europe would often hit Italy, especially the north. Despite the high distance from the transport areas of these northern European hurricanes, the activity of the polar cyclone is likely to cause furious winds from Monday, which will divert jet currents towards the Mediterranean.
Early next week, exactly two weeks later, we can see strong winds like Monday 7th. About a month after the spring solstice of March 20 this year, strong winds from the north will blow over Sardinia, the Alps and the Apennines, with a phone or Favonio that could strike back in Turin and Milan. The strongest winds in our country can reach speeds of 100-120 kmph. Another chaotic path in the Danube region from Monday to Tuesday, February 22nd will be favorable for fierce winds, rain and heat waves in Italy.