Italy is once again dealing with bad weather. With weather warnings issued from north to south of the country, including in Sardinia.

The most critical situation remains that of Liguria and Veneto, an area already affected by numerous landslides and where the rivers are under special observation.

Schools closed in Vicenza, where flooding also blocked the ring road and the railway, with the high-speed train diverted via Bologna.

"These are complex hours", the words of the governor Luca Zaia who follows the evolution of the situation.

In Liguria a landslide literally cut Pieve Ligure in two: a thousand inhabitants isolated, schools closed, some displaced. And there are many land subsidences caused by rain, especially in the municipalities of La Spezia (Campiglia), Carasco (S. Pietro di Sturla), Genova Mele and Santo Stefano di Magra (via Cisa Nord).

Bad weather also in Emilia Romagna, between Parma and Reggio Emilia, and in Tuscany, with flooding in Livorno and landslides in the province of Lucca. In Versilia, in the municipality of Massarosa, a landslide involved a car: the two people on board, the firefighters explain, were stuck inside but were not injured.