from frost to close to 25 degrees in these areas

He weather this weekend It will be stable and sunny in most of the country, although a Atlantic front associated with the storm ‘Hipolito’ It will leave rain in the northwest of the peninsula. Temperatures will rise in large areas of the Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands until approaching 25 degrees. On Sunday the maximums will be between 5 and 10 degrees above normal in most of the southern half of the peninsula and the Canary Islands, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).

“This Friday, a provisional stabilization is expected in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with a predominance of slightly cloudy or clear skies,” according to Cayetano Torres, spokesperson for the AEMET. However, medium and high cloudiness will increase in the west of the peninsula due to the approach. of the aforementioned front linked to Hipólito. Temperatures will rise almost universally, notably in the mountains of the northeast, and will drop in the extreme southeast. The Meteorology prediction, collected by Servimedia, indicates that it will be colder in León (5); Ávila, Palencia and Zamora (6), and Burgos, Pamplona, ​​Segovia, Soria and Valladolid (7), and more heat in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (27), Santa Cruz de Tenerife (24) and Ceuta and Seville (19) .

He Saturday This Atlantic front associated with Storm Hipólito is expected to enter from the northwest, which will increase cloudiness and rain in the northwest quadrant, especially in Galicia and surrounding areas. The clouds will remain in the western islands of the Canary Islands and morning fogs are not ruled out in Albacete, the depressions in the northeast and the coast of Girona, as well as haze in the eastern islands of the Canary archipelago. There will be a low probability of snow, with the elevation rising to between 1,600 and 2,000 meters in the western Cantabrian Mountains, and from 1,800 to 2,000 in the Galician-Leonese massif, and located between 1,600 and 2,000 meters in Gredos.

Temperatures will rise in much of the territorynotably in mountainous areas of the center and southeast. The Canary Islands will have very high values ​​for the time of year, says the AEMET spokesperson. At dawn, the frost will be reduced to most of the northern half of the peninsula. During the day, there will be more than 20 degrees in points of the Guadalquivir and Guadiana valleys, as well as the interior of the Valencian Community. The heat will be felt especially in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (24), Granada (20) and Cádiz, Ceuta, Córdoba, Melilla, Murcia, Seville and Valencia (18).

As for the Sundaythe front will bring abundant cloudiness from west to east and will leave weak, scattered and occasional rains in the northwest half of the peninsula. They will be more abundant in western Galicia, where they could be accompanied by a storm. In the Mediterranean area there will be medium and high clouds, and some rain is not ruled out in areas of the Catalan and Valencian coast. The low probability of snow will continue, which could appear at altitudes above 2,000 meters in the Pyrenees. Temperatures will increase both at dawn and during the day in most of the peninsula. Only the Cantabrian Mountains and the Pyrenees area will be below 10 degrees, while there will be more than 20 in Andalusia and the rest of the Mediterranean. It will heat up especially in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (25), Valencia (24) and Castellón de la Plana and Murcia (23).

The week of January 15 to 21 it will rain in a large part of the territory, except for the extreme east and the Balearic Islands. Precipitation will be more abundant in the western third. They will be in the form of snow in the Pyrenees and in other mountains in the north and southeast, and with very little probability, in lower areas of the northern half. Temperatures will rise at the beginning of the week, then decrease progressively and generally. The frosts, restricted to the Pyrenees at the beginning, will gradually gain extension and intensity, occurring in the mountains of the northern half from Wednesday and, eventually, in much of the northern and southeastern halves.