How long is it going to rain?

The big storm that will arrive this weekend will be responsible for leaving rain in many areas of Spain. If officially named it would be called Storm Sancho, the eighteenth of the season. The precipitation They will reach especially the northwest quadrant of the peninsula, Catalonia and the Balearic Islands, where significant accumulations are expected. How long will the new storm affect us?

According to data from the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), the storm will approach the northwest of the peninsula on Friday and will leave rainfall in Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea and the rest of the extreme north and northwest of the peninsula. accompanied by storm and hail. In the afternoon, loccasional rain and showers in other areas of the northern half, interior of the east and the Balearic Islands. At the end of the day, it could rain even in the southwest of the peninsula. The snow level will be between 1,400/1,800 meters in the northern mountains.

On Saturday the storm will “sweep” the peninsula from west to east. It will rain with greater intensity in northern Galicia and Asturias, west of the Central system, and especially in the Pyrenean environment. On the contrary, rainfall will be less intense in the southeast of the peninsula and west of Andalusia.

That day, precipitation will be snow in the mountains of the northern half, with significant accumulations in the Cantabrian, mountains of Galicia and the Pyrenees, at a level of 1,200/1,600 meters, dropping to 800/1,200 meters in the northwest of the peninsula, 1,600/ 2,000 meters in the Pyrenees and 1,400/1,800 meters dropping to 1,200 meters in the rest of the northern half.

Instability will persist on Sunday with rain in the northeast and in the Balearic archipelago. In the rest of the country, slightly cloudy skies will predominate during the first hours of the day, although with the daytime warming, weak showers will likely form in mountain areas, in the northwest of the peninsula, in flat areas of the Plateau and in Andalusia.

Next season the unstable weather will continue in most of the territory, with rainfall in the northeast and the Balearic Islands. In the rest of the country, daytime cloudiness is expected, with showers in mountain areas, generally weak, and with greater accumulations in the Pyrenees area. According to the This will be the weather on the May 2024 long weekend

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The May long weekend will be “slightly warmer than normal” throughout Spain and it will rain more in the northeast of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, according to The meteorological portal indicates that The highest values ​​will be those of the peninsular Mediterranean region, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands.

Those days it will rain in the Pyrenees, northern Aragon, Catalonia and Navarra. Precipitation could be slightly below average in the Canary Islands and some areas of southern Andalusia. In this sense, the models suggest that a storm could enter the west of the peninsula between Tuesday and Wednesday as it will leave rain, although warns that the uncertainty in this regard is very high.