The AEMET warns of skyrocketing temperatures in these areas of Spain

He arrives anticyclone to stabilize the weather in Spain. Temperatures will rise at least until the weekend, when the highest values ​​are expected. It will exceed 30 degrees in many areas of the country and even 32 ºC in areas of the south and center of the Peninsula. Between Sunday and Monday it is possible that a drop in temperatures will begin, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET).

In the next few hours there could be some intense showers in the Balearic Islands and Catalonia. In the rest of the country, slightly cloudy or clear skies will predominate. Both night and day temperatures will rise, specifically, the rise will be up to 6ºC compared to Tuesday in points in the west and north of the Peninsula. Thus, the maximum temperature of 25ºC will be exceeded in a good part of the center and south of the Peninsula, also in the Ebro Depression and in the south of Galicia, and 30ºC in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys.. The highest values ​​recorded by provincial capitals will be 30ºC in Seville; 29ºC in Córdoba and Huelva and 28ºC in Badajoz.

On Thursday there will be stable weather in general, with slightly cloudy skies and temperatures rising again. This rise will be more pronounced in the northern third of the peninsula, when values ​​of up to 6ºC higher than those of Wednesday will be recorded. So, Temperatures will exceed 30ºC in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys and temperatures will be around 28 to 30ºC in central areas. and the rest of the southern half, such as in cities like Madrid, Toledo or Ciudad Real. Likewise, they will also achieve between 28 and 30ºC in northern and central cities such as Ourense, Pontevedra, Teruel or Zaragoza.

He Friday Temperatures will continue to rise, especially at night. That day, temperatures will generally exceed 25ºC and 30ºC in the Ebro Depression, within the Mediterranean communities, central areas, such as Madrid, and in much of the southern half. In turn, the Guadalquivir and Guadiana will exceed 32ºC on Friday. On the other hand, there will be no rain except for some isolated showers that could fall in the afternoon in mountain areas in the north of the Peninsula.

Facing the weekend, it is most likely that stable weather will predominate, although the AEMET admits that there is some uncertainty in the forecast. Regarding temperatures, it points to a drop in values ​​in the northern third of the peninsula during Saturday, which would be pronounced in the Cantabrian Sea. While, In the rest of the country the warm atmosphere will continue, especially in the east and south. Temperature values ​​will be recorded between 5 and 10ºC above what is usual for this time of year in large areas of the territory. In some places in the interior they could even exceed 35 degrees. The Ebro and Guadalquivir valleys will be among the hottest areas.