more heat and storms in these areas of Spain

The heavy rain, storms and cooler than usual temperatures have dominated the weather outlook these days. However, the situation will change starting this Thursday. The stable weather and the heat will get worse, but there will still be showers and storms in the afternoons in some parts of the country Where is it going to rain this weekend?In which areas will the highest temperatures be recorded? Here it is the forecast of theState Meteorological Agency (AEMET) for the next few days in Spain.

Sunny skies and rising temperatures will prevail this Thursday. Thermometers will drop only in the west of Galicia and the western end of the Alborán area, and will rise in the rest of the country. The rise will be notable in large places in the northern half of the peninsula and even extraordinary – about 10 degrees more than this Wednesday – in specific points.. There will be nine degrees more compared to Wednesday in Bilbao and Vitoria, seven more in Logroño and Pamplona, ​​and six in Burgos, León, Palencia, Salamanca, Segovia, Teruel and Valladolid, reports Servimedia. The highest temperatures will be recorded in Córdoba and Seville, with 34 degrees, followed by Badajoz with 33 degrees, and Ciudad Real and Jaén with 31 degrees. In contrast, a milder climate is expected in A Coruña and Santander, with 21 degrees, as well as in Lugo and Pontevedra, with 22 degrees, and in Barcelona, ​​Burgos, Oviedo, Soria and Tarragona, with 23 degrees.

The weather will be stable with a predominance of slightly cloudy or clear skies, although in eastern Catalonia and the Balearic Islands instability is expected to persist with cloudiness and showers that are expected to tend to cease throughout the day. There will also be daytime cloudiness affecting the southeast quadrant of the peninsula and may leave some scattered showers. To themselvesThe approach of an Atlantic front is expected in the northwest of the peninsula, with an increase in cloudiness in Galicia and the western Cantabrian Sealeaving rainfall in the northwest of the Galician region, without ruling out the rest of that community and Asturias at the end of the day.

Forecast for Friday, June 14

He Friday, the front will advance through the north of the peninsula, bringing generally weak rains. In the afternoon, in the east of the Peninsula, clouds will form that could cause showers, especially in the Pyrenees, the Iberian System and the mountainous areas of the southeast. Temperatures will continue to rise in almost the entire country, except in Galicia, where they will drop due to the passage of the front. Cities such as Vitoria, Bilbao, Madrid, Salamanca and Girona will reach temperatures between 28 and 30ºC, while in Pamplona, ​​Ciudad Real, Cuenca and Jaén between 32 and 34ºC will be recorded. The hottest capitals will be Zaragoza, Seville, Córdoba and Granada with up to 36ºC. They will be values ​​typical of the time of year and somewhat higher in the Eastern Cantabrian Sea.

Weekend with changes

He weekend will start with a thermal drop notable in much of Spain, especially in the Eastern Cantabrian Sea and Navarra. The 10 degrees gained on Thursday will be lost again in some areas on Saturday. For that day, the AEMET foresees weak and scattered rains in the extreme northand in the afternoon evolution clouds in the east of the Peninsula and points in the south of Andalusia, which could generate showers. In the eastern peninsula, Showers will possibly be more frequent and intense than those on Thursday and Friday.

He Sunday temperatures will recover, with a notable rise in the Basque Country and Navarra. Temperatures will exceed 30ºC in the northeast, points in the center and half of the south, and reaching 32 to 34ºC in the Ebro, Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys. Storm clouds will grow in the east of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, which will cause Scattered and possibly more intense showers in the Pyrenees and the Iberian System. It will rain again in Galicia due to the arrival of another front.

When will the summer heat arrive in Spain?

The first days of next week it will rain in the north of the peninsula, with temperatures that will rise on Monday but will fall in the following days. Very intense heat is not expected until mid-week, except in areas of the northeast, Guadalquivir Valley and the interior of the Mediterranean communities and Mallorca, where locally temperatures could exceed 34ºC.

For its part, Meteored predicts that, starting in the last week of June, warm anomalies will prevail in a large part of the Peninsula, with temperatures between 1 and 3 ºC above the average for this time. These anomalies could extend beyond the beginning of July, indicating typically summery and much warmer weather.