abundant rains, storms and very cold arrive in these areas

The week starts with unstable time in a good number of communities. This Monday, locally heavy or persistent rains are expected in Catalonia, eastern Aragon and the Balearic Islands. But while instability in the Mediterranean area will decrease, Another Atlantic storm will approach that will leave rain in large areas of the entire country until Thursday, when they will be limited to north of the Peninsula. Besides, Temperatures will remain low for the time of year.

Rubén del Campo, spokesperson for AEMET, warns that Tuesday will begin with rain and showers still in Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. Although he does not rule them out in other parts of the eastern peninsula, he points out that they will tend to decline as the day progresses. At the same time, a front associated with the storm will leave rain that at the beginning of the day will affect Galicia, but will spread to the Cantabrian communities, Castilla y León, Extremadura and western Andalusia. The snow level will end up around 1,100 meters, especially in the northwest, while that of the Pyrenees, for example, will be at 1,800 meters. As for temperatures, they will drop in the west of the Peninsula while they will rise in the east. Cities like Bilbao or Zaragoza will be around 24ºC, while Lugo or León will stay at around 15ºC.

He Wednesday, May 1st, The Peninsula will continue to be under the influence of low pressures. Thus, the passage of fronts will lead to almost widespread rains. The least likely rainfall will be in the Balearic Islands and on the southeast coast, while The most abundant will be recorded around the Strait, central Andalusia, the Cantabrian Sea and northern Galicia, as well as in the northeast of Catalonia.. These rains may be accompanied by storm. It will snow from just about 900 m in the northwest, and about 1,000 to 1,500 m in the rest of the northern half. That day temperatures will drop in almost the entire country, except for the Mediterranean coast and the Balearic Islands. Thus, the maximum temperatures will be between 5 and 10ºC below normal for the time of year in much of the west and in southern areas of the Peninsula. and only 25ºC will be exceeded in isolated points of the Mediterranean. Cities in the northern and western thirds will remain below 15ºC.

Spain will continue to be under the influence of low pressures Thursday, although little by little there will be a trend towards stability. During the afternoon, evolution clouds will grow with stormy showers in large areas of the northern half, which will be snow from only about 800 m in the northwest and about 1000 to 1400 m in the rest of the northern half. It will dawn cold and it will freeze not only in mountain areas, but also in points of the northern plateau and central moors.. The day will be a day without rain in much of the east and south of the Peninsula, as well as in the Balearic Islands. Likewise, temperatures will drop in the afternoon in the northeast and without major changes in the rest. In Burgos, León, Valencia or Vitoria it could dawn at below zero.

Regarding the Fridaythe AEMET spokesperson points out that it is likely that the anticyclonic weather. However, evolution clouds will form again with stormy showers in the north of the Peninsula. It will still be a cold day for the time of year with frost in mountain areas. Already in the weekend, the rains would be limited to the extreme north of the peninsula, although they are not ruled out in other areas since, according to Del Campo, there is currently still uncertainty. Temperatures will rise and the environment will be warmer. In this way, Saturday and Sunday will be days with temperatures more typical of these dates or even warmer than normal in the eastern end of the peninsula. Temperatures could even exceed 30ºC in parts of the Mediterranean communities.