The AEMET activates the alert for rain and strong storms with hail in all these areas

This weekend temperatures will be cooler in much of Spain, although the heat will continue in the southwest of the peninsula. Some rain is expected, but There will mainly be showers and storms that could be strong in the east and center of the peninsula. Looking ahead to next week, the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) warns that it will begin with a generalized temperature risewhich will be more pronounced in the northern third of the peninsula.

The heat and clear skies will give way to this Saturday to a slight drop in temperatures, accompanied by clouds and rain in the eastern Cantabrian, upper Ebro, northern Iberia, the Pyrenees, Catalonia and the areas of Cazorla and Segura, according to the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

The instability It will affect the eastern third of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, as well as the southern mountains, with storms that could be especially intense in Catalonia and the areas of Cazorla and Segura. Strong winds with very intense gusts are expected on the coast of Galicia and the Strait, a situation that could extend to the Empordà and the coast of the southeast of the peninsula.

Specific, Cádiz (Andalusia) will be under a wind warning. In addition, the city of Cadiz and A Coruña (Galicia) will be coastal phenomena. In addition, Barcelona and Girona (Catalonia) will be on a rain warning and these two cities along with Jaén (Andalusia) and Albacete (Castilla-La Mancha) will be on a storm warning.. The storms could be strong in the interior of Barcelona and Girona, with accumulations of more than 20 mm in 1 hour and with possible hail, according to In the rest, the skies will be slightly cloudy, although with possible dust in suspension in the surroundings of Alborán and the east of the Canary Islands.

Maximum temperatures will drop, more markedly in the south of the peninsula, despite which it is expected to exceed 35 degrees in large areas of the southwestern quadrant of the peninsula. The provincial capitals with the highest values ​​will be Córdoba and Seville with 36ºC, Córdoba with 35ºC and Cáceres, Ciudad Real and Jaén with 33ºC. At the same time, the minimum temperatures will increase in the Straits and the Pyrenees and will decrease in the southern half of the peninsula and the east of Catalonia. On the contrary, in cities such as Burgos, Pamplona, ​​San Sebastián or Santander, the atmosphere will be cool and will remain below 20ºC.

He Sunday Some stormy showers are expected in the eastern peninsula and the Balearic Islands. In general, they will be less intense showers than those on Saturday, although the AEMET does not completely rule out that some of them reach strong intensity. At the same time, there may be some haze on Sunday in the south of the peninsula, where temperatures will continue to drop. The Cantabrian communities and the Alto Ebro will not exceed 20ºC. In the center of the peninsula it will be around 28ºC and in a good part of Extremadura, Castilla-La Mancha and Andalusia it will reach or exceed 30ºC or 32ºC, even 34ºC in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys.

General temperature rise

Regarding next week, it will begin with a general rebound in temperatures, which will be more pronounced in the northern third of the peninsula. On Monday, temperatures will exceed 30ºC in much of the east, center and south of the Peninsula and 32ºC to 34ºC in the southwest of the Peninsula.

The heat will increase until Wednesday, a day in which temperatures of 32ºC to 34ºC may be exceeded in much of the territory.either. In fact, even In parts of the interior of the Cantabrian Sea, temperatures could exceed 30ºC on Wednesday, and 36ºC in the Guadalquivir valley. During these first three days of the week, there will be some atmospheric instability, with the possibility of stormy showers in isolated points in the east of the peninsula, especially in mountainous environments, and, preferably, in the afternoons.

Atlantic storm in sight

From ThursdayMeteorology advances that it is possible that a atlantic storm exerts its influence on the north of the Peninsula, although the uncertainty in the forecast greatly increases. This storm would lead to rain and showers in that sector, although these showers could also extend to the east of the territory. Temperatures will drop especially in the west and north of the country, but later they will also tend to recover.