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Bad weather: yellow alert in Lazio, two cemeteries and some roads closed in Rome

The mayor of the capital Roberto Gualtieri, with an ordinance, ordered the closure of the Verano and Flaminio Prima Porta cemeteries and of some streets where there may be a risk caused by possible tree collapses


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In Lazio A yellow weather alert has been issued by the Civil Protection for the next 24 hours. Winds with strong to gale-force intensity are expected in the western quadrants of the territory, mainly from the south-west. Reinforcements of strong storms are possible on the coastal and mountainous sectors and storms on the Apennine ridges. Strong storm surges are expected along exposed coasts. In Rome, the mayor, Roberto Gualtieri, ordered the closure of the Verano and Flaminio Prima Porta cemeteries and of some streets where there may be a risk caused by possible tree collapses.

Following the work carried out on the trees, the other cemeteries will remain open. However, citizens are advised to avoid frequenting villas, parks and gardens. In Municipalities X, XII and XV, circulation will be limited on some roads: via di Castelfusano, via dei Pescatori and via della Villa di Plinio between Acilia and Ostia (in Municipality via Federico Ozanam in the Gianicolense area (in Municipality XII); via di Santa Cornelia in the Prima Porta quadrant (in the XV Municipality).

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