showers and strong storms in these areas

The weather this Sunday, the last day of June, will be influenced by a new atlantic trough. Eight provinces are on alert due to possible locally strong showers and thunderstorms, especially in Aragon and inland Catalonia. Temperatures will continue to be low for the time of year and thermometers will reach over 30 degrees only in the south and other areas of the Mediterranean.

The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) indicates that there is a yellow warning -risk- for Huesca, Teruel, Zaragoza (Aragon), Segovia and Soria (Castilla y León), and Barcelona, ​​Girona and Lleida (Catalonia)

The atlantic disturbance It will cover the skies with clouds in the northern third and send cloudy intervals to the rest of the peninsula, as well as developing clouds in the afternoon in much of the interior of the peninsula, except for the extreme south. Light rainfall is expected in Galicia, with afternoon showers in the interior. On the Northern Plateau, showers with occasional storms are not ruled out.

In the south of the Cantabrian Mountains, the Central System, the Iberian System and the northeast, showers and thunderstorms are likely, which may be locally strong in the area around the middle Ebro, the eastern Iberian System and inland Catalonia. In addition, It is not ruled out that, with less intensity, the precipitation will extend to other points in the southeast interior and the north of the Cantabrian area.. The sun will shine in the rest of the southern half and in the Balearic Islands.

In the rest of the southern half and in the Balearic Islands, partly cloudy or high cloud is expected, with the probability of haze in the Balearic Islands, Melilla and the extreme southeast. In the Canary Islands, cloudy intervals are expected in the north, with a low probability of light rain.

Temperatures will drop in Galicia, the eastern Mediterranean area of ​​the peninsula and the Canary Islands, and will rise in the rest of the country.It will be hotter in Murcia (35 degrees), Granada (33) and Albacete, Castellón de la Plana, Córdoba, Málaga and Seville (31)and colder in A Coruña (20), San Sebastián and Santander (21), and Ávila, Burgos, Lugo, Oviedo and Vitoria (22), reports Servimedia.

Is it going to rain next week?

The Atlantic trough will continue to maintain the Unsettled weather on Monday although not as marked as in previous days. The AEMET expects more dispersed stormy showers in the north and east of the Peninsula. They will be more likely in the east of the peninsula and may also reach the Balearic Islands. Some could reach strong intensity again. In the southern half, there will be more normal temperatures for these dates, although there will still be recorded cool values, with up to 5ºC below normal in the northeast. In the Guadalquivir and Guadiana valleys, temperatures could exceed 34ºC.

From Tuesdaythe stabilization of the weather will be more evident. During this day and the following days, generally partly cloudy skies are expected in most of the country, with hardly any rain. The rise in temperatures will be clear and On Wednesday, temperatures will exceed 34 to 36ºC widely in the center and south of the Peninsula. In the valleys of the Guadiana and Guadalquivir rivers, temperatures will reach 38 to 40ºC.

The heat will continue to intensify during the second half of next week, although Some scenarios speak of a thermal decline in the north. In the rest of the territory, the heat would continue, generally typical of this time of year, without too extreme values.