this storm blew in seemingly from out of nowhere.

Italian translation: si è scatenato un temporale apparentemente dal nulla

13:11 Jun 18, 2018
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English term or phrase: this storm blew in seemingly from out of nowhere.
Testo teatrale americano (per la messa in scena e non per la pubblicazione). Dialogo tra due ospiti di una casa di riposo.

When I was nine years old, my father took me fishing. The day started nicely enough. We weren’t catching anything, but we were together out there, father and son, and it was good. But then the weather turned bad. It turned bad in a hurry and this storm blew in seemingly from out of nowhere.

La mia proposta:

[...] Ma poi il tempo ha cominciato a peggiorare. Di colpo si è fatto brutto e dal niente è arrivata una tempesta.

Cerco soluzioni migliori. Grazie.
Danilo Rana
Italy
Local time: 13:12
Italian translation:si è scatenato un temporale apparentemente dal nulla
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claudia lanari
Italy
Local time: 13:12
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si è scatenato un temporale apparentemente dal nulla


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