On oct 29 in Italy strong winds from SE arrived through Adriatic sea to Veneto. The forecast top speed was about 40-50 knots in the middle of Adriatic sea. And Venice had wind and high water as expected. But what went wrong was to the mountains north of Venice, the Dolomites, where around 1000 meters the wind arrived to 120 knots with tens of thousands of broken trees and you can imagine the other damages.
Top areas are val Visdende, Rocca Pietore, Asiago, Belluno and many many others.
Specularly in Thyrrenian sea was expected the same 40 knots wind, but to Rapallo (Liguria region) arrived much stronger so all the boats were destroyed against the banks.
How technically may happens such enormous difference and expressed at the sea level for Liguria (Thyrrenian sea) and -fortunately missing the sea level in Adriatic - to the mountains of Veneto (Adriatic) ?