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Bad weather, red alert in Veneto: Venice closed San Marco Square



Tide at 154 cm, then falls The tide reached a peak of 154cm at the Sauna Panta Salute at 11:26 am and then, the Venice Bureau of Meteorology observed, began to fall. High also in Burano, where the tide reached 149 centimeters and in Ciogia 146 centimeters.

Water buses stopped, schools closed Public transport suspended, schools closed Public transport in Venice has been suspended, and schools have been closed for a third day. The vapors, according to the municipal public transport company, are all stopped until the needs stop, except for those that guarantee connection to the islands.

Venice, Mayor: "Avoiding Travel" The Mayor of Venice, Luigi Brunjaro, has invited citizens and tourists "to avoid travel". "Another day of warning for Venice – he wrote on Twitter – The wind is blowing with great force. I invite you to avoid trips and keep up with the water level with downtown Mare. We need everybody's cooperation. Thanks."

Bruniaro appointed Emergency Commissioner "Mayor Luigi Brunjaro was appointed emergency commissioner and I inspected him in Venice. The situation is complex, but the state is there and the government is ready to do whatever it takes to protect this precious one." . So, in a tweet the Minister of Relations with Parliament, Federico D'inca.

The condition of the rest of the peninsula Yellow-yellow alert for Lazio, Abruzzo, Marche, Umbria, Molise, most of Emilia-Romagna, some of Lombardy and other Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Tuscany, Veneto and Liguria sectors. In addition to the rain and strong winds in the sky, the snow returns to the North. Snowflakes will appear over 400-600 meters on Piedmont and, over 800-1000 meters, on Lombardy, Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige, where up to 70 centimeters are expected to be added to the snow that has fallen in recent days.


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