temperatures of up to 14 degrees less in these areas

The spring weather, with records typical of the beginning of summer in many areas, says goodbye to give way to a cooler environment and rainor at the start of the week.

June temperatures will continue this Monday in the south of the peninsula, but not in the north, where there will be a thermal drop of up to 14 degrees and some storms.

This change in time is due to the arrival of north winds to the northwest half of the peninsula, where colder air will arrive, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Thus, the drop in temperatures will be pronounced in Galicia, the Cantabrian communities, La Rioja, areas of Zaragoza and the north of Castilla y León. They will also land on the Canary Islands of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. On the other hand, they will rise slightly in much of Andalusia, Murcia and Albacete.

Among the provincial capitals, there will be extraordinary thermal drops in Vitoria (14 degrees less than this Sunday), Lugo and Pamplona (12 less), and Logroño (10 less), reports Servimedia. Temperatures will drop noticeably in Burgos (9 degrees less), Bilbao and Palencia (-8) and Orense and Oviedo (-7). On the other hand, they will increase mainly in Malaga (7 more).

It will be colder in Vitoria (14 degrees), Oviedo (15) and Lugo, Pamplona, ​​San Sebastián and Santander (16). On the contrary, the heat will be more noticeable in Murcia and Seville (31); Badajoz, Málaga and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (30), and Huelva, Lérida and Toledo (29).

On the other hand, the skies will be sunny in almost the entire country, except in the extreme north of the peninsula, where rains and even some storms.

The possibility of some showers or storms is also expected, more likely and intense in the interior of the southeastwhere they could be locally strong, and very unlikely in the west and in the Mediterranean area.

As for the wind, it will blow light or moderate with a northerly component in the northwest half of the peninsula and light variable in general in the rest.

During Tuesday, the north winds will be noticeable and they will be intense on the Galician coast, Ebro Valley and Catalan Empordà, according to the latest prediction by Aemet spokesperson, Rubén del Campo. Thus, temperatures will continue to drop in the north and in the Balearic Islands, a decrease that will be more pronounced in the northeast of the Peninsula.

On the other hand, they will continue to rise somewhat in the southern end of the Peninsula. Thus, Córdoba and Seville will reach 32ºC, Murcia could even be around 34ºC degrees and the north Oviedo, Santander or Pamplona will not exceed 15ºC.

Otherwise, it will be a very cloudy day in Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea and the Pyrenees. In addition, the rains could also reach the northeast of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands and The snow level will drop to approximately 1,100 meters (m) in the Pyrenees and 1,400 m in the Cantabrian mountain range.

Wednesday's day will be similar, according to Del Campo's prediction. So, The northern winds will carry clouds to the north of Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea and the Pyrenees, an area in which there will be rain and snowfall above about 900 to 1200 m..

At the same time, showers are also expected in the east of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. In the rest of the country, generally slightly cloudy or clear skies, but with intense winds, especially in the northeast and the Balearic Islands.

The drop in temperatures will be more widespread this day. On the one hand, temperatures will continue to drop in the northern half. On the other hand, they will also do so in other areas of the center and south of the Peninsula and to a marked extent in the Mediterranean and the Balearic Islands.

In detail, cities like Valencia, Alicante or Palma will remain below 20ºC and while the thermometers in provincial capitals in the northern half will read around 15 to 18ºC. Even so, southern cities such as Seville and Córdoba will exceed 30ºC.

Starting Thursday, it is most likely that the country is still under the influence of high pressures, although somewhat weakened. This will favor a slight increase in instability. In this way, although cloudy skies generally predominate in the mornings during these two days, from midday evolution clouds will begin to grow that could give rise to showers accompanied by storm. These showers will be most likely in the interior of the southern half, although on Friday they will also extend to parts of Galicia and the northern plateau.

Looking ahead to the weekend, the AEMET spokesperson points out Temperatures would generally tend to drop in the southern half and rise in the northern half., with a generally soft atmosphere. Even so, the early mornings of Thursday and Friday will be cold and there could even be frost in mountain areas in the northern half and nearby areas.

Furthermore, although he highlights the uncertainty, Del Campo observes that either a DANA or a storm could form in the south of the Peninsula that would leave rains that could be accompanied by storms, especially in the southern and western thirds of the territory.