Storms will hit these areas hard

The last Saturday of this atypical month of June will star the fheavy rains and storms that DANA is going to leave in the northern half of the peninsulaas well as one ofslump of up to 10 degrees in areas of that area. This situation of instability will continue to a lesser extent on Sunday and Monday. passage of an Atlantic trough.

The prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet), collected by Servimedia, indicates that There is an orange warning – significant risk – for strong storms in the north of Tarragona, where they could be accompanied by hail and very strong gusts of wind.. Meteorology has also activated the yellow notice -risk- for this morning due to heavy rains and intense storms in Barcelona, ​​Huesca, La Rioja, Soria and Zaragoza in their entirety, as well as areas of Girona (Pyrenees), Navarra (except the Cantabrian side), Lleida (central depression and Aran Valley) and Tarragona (central and southern depression).

The passage of the DANA will affect the center, north and northeast of the peninsula this Saturday. On the other hand, it will approach a new Atlantic disturbance (a trough), which would leave an unstable situation in the northern half of the peninsular. In the southern half and the Balearic Islands, cloudy intervals are expected, with a tendency to clear, although some rain is probable in the northeast of the Southern Plateau. In a weaker and more dispersed form, precipitation is not ruled out in western Galicia, the rest of the Plateau and the Strait area.

Also, in the early hours there are probability of ‘rissagas’ in Menorca, with an oscillation of 0.7 meters in sea level. The AEMET also warns of probable haze at high levels in the eastern third and the extreme north of the peninsula, as well as the Balearic Islands, with a tendency to decrease, in addition to morning mists and fogs in mountain areas.

Temperatures plummet

Maximum temperatures will fall in the north and in the Balearic Islands, especially inland, northeast and areas of the northern plateau, and will rise in the southern and southeast thirds and in Valencia; minimum temperatures will predominantly fall. The main temperature drops will be noted in Huesca and Logroño (nine degrees less than this Friday), León and Valladolid (eight), and Lleida, Palencia, Pamplona, ​​Soria, Zamora and Zaragoza (seven).. On the other hand, the biggest increases will occur in Castellón de la Plana and Valencia (six more). It will be warmer in Castellón de la Plana (36 degrees), Murcia and Valencia (34), and Alicante (31), and colder in Oviedo (17); A Coruña, Santander and Vitoria (19), and San Sebastián (20).

Instability in these areas due to a trough

Although DANA will have moved away by Sunday and Monday, a trough will continue to keep the weather unstable, although not as marked as in previous days. Still, they are expected Scattered thundershowers in the north and east of the PeninsulaThey will be more likely in the east of the peninsula on Monday, when they could also reach the Balearic Islands, and some could reach strong intensity again. In the south, the weather will be calmer on Sunday and Monday and temperatures will begin to rise in the west of the peninsula, while they will fall in the Mediterranean area. On Sunday, temperatures could exceed 34ºC in parts of Murcia and Eastern Andalusia, as well as in Mallorca, and on Monday these 34ºC could be exceeded in the Guadalquivir and Guadiana valleys. In the southern half, there will be more normal temperatures for these dates, although cool values ​​will still be recorded, with up to 5ºC below normal in the northeast.