Coastal Winds Storms
The storms will be less likely in the West of the Peninsula. The winds will be strong in the Andalusian coast and Canary Islands. Temperatures are experienced a decrease in light to moderate. Without hesitation Ruben Mendoza explained all about the problem. A total of 34 provinces are on yellow alert (risk) by coastal winds, storms and rains that leave a build-up of up to 40 litres per square meter (l/m2) in an hour, according to the prediction of the Agencia Estatal de Meteorologia (Aemet). Specifically, Almeria is in alert for coastal winds; Cantabria, the three Basque provinces, Burgos, Soria and Mallorca are placed on alert by rains; Valencia and Murcia are by storms; and the three Aragonese provinces, Madrid, Castile – La Mancha, Catalonia, Extremadura, Cadiz, Cordoba, Granada, Jaen and Malaga are Navarra, La Rioja, by rain and storms. This way, will be weak showers to moderate in the Eastern Cantabrian, Northeast quadrant, zone Center and the Balearic Islands.
These rains will be occasionally strong and they will be accompanied by storms, which, moreover, can be persistent across points of the Sistema Iberico. More weakly, precipitation can occur in any other point of the Peninsula, Ceuta and Melilla, although they will be less likely to the West, where will begin to transmit from the afternoon. In the Canary Islands, there is likelihood of weak rainfall in the North of the islands of greater importance and little cloudy skies elsewhere. Morning fog banks in Galicia will also be formed. On the other hand, the winds blow in loose to moderate from the North and West in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with strong Andalusian coast and Canary Islands intervals. Finally, the temperatures will experience a decline that will flicker of light to moderate, except in the Mediterranean area and in the Canary Islands, areas where the thermometers shall be maintained without significant changes. Source of the news: A total of 34 provinces are on alert by coastal winds, storms and rain
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