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Today’s weather forecast, Monday June 6

Today’s weather forecast, Monday June 6

Barcelona This Monday will experience a day characterized by clear skies from dawn until 12:00 p.m., at which time the cloud cover will increase, to end the day with a scenario of high clouds, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET). Read moreBlack day for Real Madrid as Barcelona's renaissance under Xavi gathers pace Today’s high temperatures will experience little change compared to those of last day, standing at 27 degrees, while the minimum will remain around 20. Light southerly winds will be experienced. The graph below shows how the weather will evolve throughout the week in Barcelona. From left to right, the corresponding day, the predominant sky state, the probability of precipitation and the minimum and maximum temperatures are represented. tomorrow’s weather Read moreClimate & Weather Averages in Barcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​Spain On the other hand, on Tuesday a panorama will prevail A little bit cloudy. Temperatures in Barcelona will remain in the same terms as today, with highs of 27 degrees and lows of 20 (with a maximum wind chill of 26 degrees and a minimum of 21). The wind will blow very lightly, with a southerly direction. the day after tomorrow The day after tomorrow there is a probability, although low, of precipitation, while during the first half of the day a panorama with cloudy intervals will predominate and, until the middle of the day, the panorama will evolve towards greater cloudiness. The mercury in the thermometers will barely move, which will continue to range between 20 and 27 degrees. The wind will not be a concern: it will blow slightly from the southwest direction. The weather in other municipalities Read moreWeather, Festivals & Things to do in 2022 Regarding other nearby municipalities, the weather forecast contemplates...

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Extended weather forecasts could aid power grid stability, renewables

Extended weather forecasts could aid power grid stability, renewables

Placeholder while article actions load Extreme weather can wreak havoc on the power grid, all the more so when it strikes with little warning. In January 2017, temperatures in parts of France dropped to as low as 5 degrees, driving up demand for electric heating at the same time winds stilled — leaving wind power in a lurch. With several nuclear power plants offline for maintenance, the grid strained under the added demand. Read moreBlack day for Real Madrid as Barcelona's renaissance under Xavi gathers paceSimilarly, during the February 2021 Texas cold snapsubfreezing temperatures hobbled poorly weatherized gas- and coal-fired power plants, and ice gathered on wind turbines, leading to widespread outages, with the state “seconds and minutes” away from a months-long grid failureaccording to the Texas Tribune. Historically, forecasts have only offered a few days’ notice of severe weather, giving grid operators little time to prepare. But that’s beginning to change. Read moreClimate & Weather Averages in Barcelona, ​​Barcelona, ​​SpainA recent paper on the latest developments in long-range forecasting suggests it is now possible to predict such severe cold snaps up to two weeks in advance, information that would be invaluable for deciding whether to keep French nuclear reactors online to shore up gaps in supply or for protecting the Texas power grid against collapse. “The scientific methods have only just started to be there in the last few years where these forecasts could actually be useful,” said Hannah Bloomfield, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Bristol and co-author of the paper. “That’s going to be quite helpful from a planning perspective with people thinking about energy systems.” Read moreWeather, Festivals & Things to do in 2022Amid backsliding on climate, the renewables effort now must be tripled...

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