rain, storms, snow and more cold in these areas

The weather this Wednesday It will be stable in practically all of Spain, with sunny skies and rising temperatures in many areas after the winter cold of these days due to the emergence of an arctic air mass, although some rain and storms are expected in part of the north of the peninsula. This weekend the instability will increase, with a cold storm that could arrive from Greenland.

The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) indicates that this Wednesday the maximum temperatures will rise more sharply in the eastern half of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands. The minimums will also rise, except in the south of the peninsula and in the northeast. Frosts are expected in the mountains of the northern half of the peninsula and its surroundings and in the southeastern mountains, without ruling out the possibility of more isolated frosts occurring in the northern and northeastern plateau of Castilla-La Mancha, in the Pyrenees. The highest temperatures will be recorded in Huelva, Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Seville (26 degrees), and Córdoba and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (25)while It will be colder especially in Pamplona (12) and Vitoria (13).

On the other hand, the extreme north of the peninsula will continue to be exposed to a northern wet flow, which will leave cloudy or overcast skies on the Cantabrian slope, the upper Ebro, the north of the Iberian Peninsula and the Pyrenees. This wet flow will likely leave Precipitation in the eastern Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and northern Galiciasomewhat more abundant on the Cantabrian coast and in the form of snow in the Pyrenean mountain rangewith the elevation at 600/800 meters, rising to 1,200/1,500 meters.

Four provinces on alert due to coastal phenomena and strong gusts of wind

Besides, Four provinces will be on alert due to coastal phenomena and strong gusts of wind, which may be up to 80 kilometers per hour (80 km/h).. Specifically, coastal phenomena, which will leave waves of up to 3 meters, will put Menorca and Gerona on alert, while in Tarragona coastal phenomena and wind gusts of up to 70 km/h will do so. In Castellón, there is an alert for coastal phenomena and gusts of wind that could reach 80 km/h.

The end of the 'April summer' is coming

He Thursday It will be “a day of transition”, with increasing cloudiness in most of the country and rain in the Cantabrian Sea and the Pyrenees that will spread to the rest of the north of the peninsula and to areas of the east, such as the surroundings of the Iberian system, where there could be some storms, according to Rubén Del Campo, spokesperson for Aemet.

From Fridaythe storm will lead to an increase in atmospheric instability with rains and showers spread over large areas of the territoryless abundant in the Mediterranean, and with temperatures that will continue to be cool for the time of year.

A weekend with almost widespread showers is expected, with highest accumulated on Saturday in western Galicia and the Pyrenees, eastern Basque Country, Navarra, La Rioja and eastern Aragon and Cataloniawhere they could be accompanied by a storm