There are up to ten provinces at risk throughout Spain
Weather news this week in Andalusia. An important is expected
time change compared to last week. In this way, the heat episode that the State Meteorological Agency (
Aemet) has concluded this Sunday will give way to
a sharp drop in temperature and the destabilization of the atmosphere, so that this Tuesday there will be rains, storms, wind and coastal phenomena that will put a dozen Mediterranean provinces at risk.
Specifically, the Aemet has activated the yellow warning for winds from the southwest with maximum gusts of 70 kilometers per hour in Almería and for coastal phenomena in Gerona, Almería, Granada and Málaga. The risk (yellow warning) due to rain, which can accumulate 20 liters per square meter in one hour, will remain activated this Tuesday in Barcelona, Gerona, Lérida, Tarragona, Teruel, Castellón, Valencia, Alicante, and also in these last two to this warning will add the storm warning.
The day will be marked by locally strong showers in Catalonia, in the south of the Iberian system and in the surroundings of Cabo de la Nao, the winds will blow with strong intervals in the Ampurdán and Alborán and temperatures will drop in a general way.
This situation is due to the relatively unstable humid flow from the northwest of the Atlantic origin that will affect a large part of the northern and northeast thirds of the Peninsula, where the skies will remain cloudy, with rains and showers that will be scattered in general.
They could also be locally strong and with storms around the eastern Pyrenees and northeast Catalonia, and persistent in areas of the eastern Cantabrian Sea and northern Navarra.
In the rest of the Peninsula, cloudy intervals and cloudiness of evolution are expected and showers and storms are expected in the south of the Iberian system and in the Valencian community.
As for the Canary Islands, the AEMET forecasts cloudy skies or with intervals that will be more abundant in the north of the islands and without significant changes in temperatures.
Likewise, the AEMET does not rule out that this May 24 the precipitation could be snow in the Pyrenees at the end of the day from 1,600 to 1,800 meters. Daytime temperatures will have a sharp almost general decrease, which may be notable in much of the north and east of the peninsula.
The strong north wind will blow in the Ampurdán and the north wind in the Ebro valley; from the west with strong intervals it will arrive in the Strait and Alborán; from the north and northeast in the Mediterranean area, with strong intervals, while in the Canary Islands the trade winds will blow.