During the weekend The anticyclonic weather will continue with slightly cloudy skies and absence of precipitation. Only some light rain is expected during Saturday in the eastern Cantabrian Sea, and with low probability some occasional drizzle in the Strait. The temperatures Maximum temperatures will generally tend to decrease this Friday to increase on Saturday and Sunday, so they will continue in high values for the season in most of the country, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET). Starting in the middle of next week, high pressures will begin to retreat, allowing Atlantic storms to pass through.
This Friday a total of five provinces will be on notice due to coastal phenomena, wind and fog. Specifically, Cádiz, Mallorca, Menorca, and Gerona will be on notice for coastal phenomena and winds of up to 61 kilometers per hour (km/h), while Lugo and Álava will be on notice for fog.
Maximum temperatures will decrease in large inland areas of the northern and eastern half of the peninsula, without experiencing major changes in the rest. Despite the decreases in general they will remain at high values for the time, with maximums of 24ºC in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, and up to 22ºC in Seville and 21ºC in Girona. As for the minimums, they will increase in the extreme north, a good part of the northeastern third, plateaus and the Balearic Islands, with few changes in the rest. Therefore, the frosts will be weak in the mountains of the northern half of the peninsula and locally in the Northern plateau and more intense in the Pyrenees.
There will be abundant low morning cloudiness in large areas of the northern half of the peninsula and Mediterranean areas, giving rise to morning mists and fogs, more likely in the Northern plateau, Galicia, Ebro, northeastern depressions, areas of the Cantabrian, Iberian and Balearic Islands. In the Canary Islands, the haze will persist, with medium and high cloudiness increasing throughout the weekend.
East winds will blow in most of the country, with strong intervals in the Strait, as well as on the northern coasts of Galicia at first. Wind and north winds are also expected on Friday, with strong intervals in Ampurdán, turning to the south. The winds will decrease to remain weak and variable in the interior of the peninsula.
Change of weather in Spain in sight
The beginning of next week will be marked by the same pattern, with morning fog affecting large areas of the northern half of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands as the most significant phenomenon. Yes ok The approach of a DANA will leave greater cloud cover.
It is from the middle of the week when a change in trend is expected, with the high pressures retiring and allowing the passage of Atlantic storms, which in the most likely scenario, will leave widespread rainfall; less abundant in Mediterranean areas, and more in the Pyrenees and at the western end of the peninsula. They are expected in the form of snow in the main mountain systems.
Decreases in maximum temperatures and increases in minimum temperatures will predominate.with frost in the Pyrenees, and locally in other areas of the northern half.
The winds will be light and variable at first to intensify in the western and southern components during the second half of the week, becoming strong on the coasts, and with probable very strong gusts also in large inland areas.