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DANA, Spain: the AEMET shows the highest danger of rain and violent storms.

By b0oua Apr 19, 2024

Within the northern portion of the peninsula, the highest temperatures are expected to experience a large increase.

This coming weekend, a tiny DANA may cause the atmosphere to become unstable in certain regions, and there is a possibility of locally intense showers and storms. It is also possible that hail will fall. On Sunday, temperatures will dip in preparation for an outbreak of polar air that is expected to occur over the following week.

It is anticipated that the weather will remain stable across the majority of Spain on Friday, with temperatures reaching as high as seven degrees in the northern region. However, storms are anticipated to occur in the afternoon in the interior of the southern half of the peninsula.

To be more specific, the maximums will increase substantially in the northern part of the peninsula, while they will remain stable in the Balearic Islands and will decrease in the rest of the country respectively. Córdoba and Ourense will have the highest temperatures in the entire country, with 28 degrees Celsius; Huelva, Jaén, and Pontevedra will have 26 degrees Celsius; and Badajoz, Ciudad Real, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and Toledo will have 25 degrees Celsius. On the other hand, Santander (16 degrees) and San Sebastián (18 degrees) will have the lowest temperatures.

With the exception of the extreme southwest of the peninsula and the western region of Galicia, the minimums will be dropping; this is the case everywhere else. A mild frost will acquire extension in the main mountain ranges of the northern half of the peninsula, and it will be more intense in the Pyrenees. This is because of the way that the peninsula is shaped. When it comes to the eastern portion of the northern plateau, it is not completely out of the question that they could exist.

Nevertheless, there is a possibility of low morning cloudiness over the beaches of the Mediterranean, the Strait area, the eastern Cantabrian Sea, the upper Ebro, and western Asturias. On the other hand, the sun will shine in broad areas.

Additionally, the forecast calls for the presence of diurnal cloudiness across a significant portion of the southern half of the peninsula and eastern Iberia. Additionally, there is a possibility of showers that may be locally intense and may occasionally be accompanied by storms in the southern region of Extremadura, the northern region of Andalusia, and the western region where Ciudad Real is located. There is a possibility that there will be some rain in the region surrounding the Strait and the Mediterranean shore.

On the other hand, the Canary Islands will see periods of cloudiness, and there is a low possibility that the mountainous islands will experience sporadic and insignificant rainfall.

What are the chances that it will rain during the weekend?
Throughout the weekend, instability will continue to be a defining characteristic across the southwestern part of the peninsula. Therefore, it is anticipated that Extremadura, western Andalusia, Castilla-La Mancha, and the surrounding Sierra Nevada will have locally powerful showers accompanied by storms, with the possibility of hail also occurring on occasion. These showers are predicted to be more intense and widespread on Saturday.

There is also the possibility of precipitation, however it will be light in the Strait and Melilla. As for the rest of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, it is anticipated that the weather will be very stable. On Friday, there may be some light rain in the Valencian Community and Murcia. However, it is not completely out of the question that there may be light rain and infrequent showers in the interior of Catalonia and in eastern Iberia. At the end of Sunday, there will be an increase in cloudiness in the northeastern part of the peninsula.

There will be a rise in temperatures on Saturday, and the Guadalquivir valley will reach 30 degrees Celsius, while the south of Galicia, the Ebro Depression, the middle region of the Peninsula, and the southern part will all experience temperatures that are higher than 25 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. It is no longer anticipated that night frosts would occur throughout this day. On Sunday, there will be a small decrease in temperature during the day. In broad areas, the highest temperatures will be between 22 and 24 degrees Celsius, with the exception of the northern region, the coast of the Mediterranean, and the Balearic Islands.

There will be rain and thermal collapse till Wednesday.
As for the following week, the AEMET forecasts that it will start with the arrival of a cold low in the northeastern part of the peninsula. This low will cause the eastern and northern thirds of the peninsula as well as the Balearic Islands to become unstable, and precipitation will continue to fall in these regions until Wednesday.

The arrival of Atlantic fronts is expected to become more probable beginning on Thursday. This would result in an abundance of precipitation in the northern half of the peninsula, while it is not completely out of the question that the southern half of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands would receive a quantity rainfall. There will be a significant drop in temperatures on Monday, particularly in the northern half of the country. These temperatures will continue to drop on Tuesday, and they will begin to recover from Wednesday.

By b0oua

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