The AEMET activates the alert for heavy rains and storms in all these provinces

The week starts with a general rebound in temperatures, with values ​​that will increase until they exceed the 35 degrees in areas of the southern peninsula. . Towards the second half of the week, the weather situation will change drastically with the arrival of a DANA that could bring an episode of strong storms.

After this week's respite, maximum and minimum temperatures will tend to increase this Monday, especially in the northern half and in the interior of the center of the peninsula, on a day in which four autonomous communities will be at risk due to rain, waves, wind and stormsaccording to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

Teruel, Barcelona and Gerona will be on yellow alert due to precipitation that may accumulate up to 20 liters per square meter in one hour. The rains, in the case of the Catalan provinces, will be accompanied by storms, so the two cities will be at risk from this phenomenon. Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara and Toledo will also be at risk from storms starting at 2:00 p.m.

On the other hand, Cádiz will be at risk due to waves. In the case of the Andalusian coast, the alert is activated due to easterly winds of 50 to 61 km/h (force 7) around Tarifa, west of Tarifa, and out to sea south of Trafalgar. In addition, Cádiz will be at risk due to maximum gusts of 80 km/h.

Generally, the day begins with a predominance of stable weather with slightly cloudy or clear skies in most of the country, although as the day progresses there could be locally strong showers and storms in areas of the southern plateau, southern Iberian system and Catalan Pyreneeswith intervals of strong wind on the coast of Galicia and the Strait.

In the northeast of Galicia, the Cantabrian area, the upper Ebro and the western Pyrenees, cloudy skies or cloudy intervals will predominate, which will generally become less throughout the day and which will likely leave some weak and scattered precipitation in the eastern Cantabrian area. Likewise, some intervals of low clouds are expected in the north of the Canary Islands, Estrecho and Melilla.

In the afternoon, evolving cloudiness will form in large areas of the eastern and southern halves of the peninsula, as well as in the Balearic Islands, with probable scattered showers and storms in the southeast quadrant, the Pyrenees and environments of the Central and Iberian systems, which are less likely to occur. They can extend to Extremadura. They may be locally strong in areas of the southern plateau, southern Iberian system and Catalan Pyrenees.

Maximum temperatures will tend to increase, most noticeably in the northern half of the peninsula, with some decreases in the Canary Islands. The minimums will rise in the interior of the center of the peninsula, with few changes in the rest. The highest temperatures will be reached in Córdoba (35), Seville (35), Badajoz (34), Cáceres (32), Ciudad Real (32), Jaén (32), Orense (32), Toledo (32), Granada ( 31), Lérida (31), Pontevedra (31), Zaragoza (31), Guadalajara (30), Huelva (30), Madrid (30), Salamanca (30) and Zamora (30).

The heat will get worse until Wednesday, a day in which 32-34 degrees may be exceeded in much of the territory.even in points in the interior of the Cantabrian Sea it could exceed 30 degrees on Wednesday and the 36 degrees in the Guadalquivir Valley.

Starting Thursday, a drastic change in the weather outlook is expected due to the arrival of a DANA, which could become an isolated cold stormreports “This DANA will bring heavy showers and storms, especially on Friday and Saturday, affecting numerous regions of the country”.