The AEMET warns of temperatures “typical of the beginning of July” in these areas

The latter weekend In May, temperatures will be above average in a good number of provinces. A warmer air mass will make the thermometers take off and we will reach the 36 degrees in some areas. The weather will be stable for most of the country, although Rains are still expected in the northeast of the peninsulaaccording to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency.

This Friday the maximum temperatures in practically all of Spain, except near the Mediterranean. Specifically, the rise will be locally notable in the interior of the northwest of the peninsula and in the Canary Islands, while the Mediterranean area will register decreases. The highest values ​​in provincial capitals will be 33ºC in Córdoba and Seville and 32ºC in Badajoz. In the center of the country, Madrid will reach 27 degrees and Toledo 29 degrees.

In general, AEMET indicates that the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands will continue a trend towards a more stable situation, with slightly cloudy skies or high clouds. However, in the northeast of the peninsula, cloudy skies and precipitation are still expected, weak and isolated in the morning, more intense and accompanied by a storm in the afternoon. In particular, they will be most abundant in northern Aragon and Catalonia and eastern Iberia, although it does not rule out that in Girona they are locally strong. Likewise, in the rest of the northern third of the peninsula, Ceuta, Melilla and Levante, there will be low morning cloudiness, with probable weak and scattered rainfall in the south of Valencia and north of Alicante.

During the weekend will dominate the “intense” heatespecially in the southern half of the peninsula, with maximums between 5 and 10 degrees higher than usual, more typical in those areas of the end of June or the beginning of July, according to Rubén Del Campo, spokesperson for Aemet. Thermometers will reach up to 30 degrees in almost the entire country, except in the north, and even between 33 and 35 degrees in Andalusia, the Region of Murcia, Castilla-La Mancha and Aragón.

He Saturday The rise in temperatures will persist in a good part of the territory, although in the west of Galicia they will drop significantly, and will reach between 31 and 34 degrees in Albacete, Badajoz, Ciudad Real, Córdoba, Granada, Jaén, Murcia, Seville, Toledo and Zaragoza and up to 29 degrees in Madrid, Guadalajara and Lleida. Rain will be very scarce and only some showers are expected in points from Galicia to Asturias and also in the northwest of Castilla y León, and in isolation and in the afternoon in mountain areas of the peninsula and Mallorca.

He Sunday The winds will blow from the north in the cantabrian area and this will cause a pronounced thermal drop, which can be up to 8 degrees compared to the previous dayr. The day will be cool in those areas and it will not reach 18 or 20 degrees. In the rest of the country, temperatures will continue to rise, especially in the east of the peninsula and in the Balearic Islands and in cities like Zaragoza and Córdoba, where thermometers could reach 36 degrees. In the rest of the central and southern half, the maximum temperatures will be between 30 and 35 degrees. The early mornings will also be warm in parts of Andalusia with minimum temperatures that at dawn could register 20 degrees (tropical nights).

For the following week, the AEMET predicts that the Monday It is also a day with hardly any rain and is hot. In the center and south of the peninsula, 32 degrees will be exceeded for another day, and in the Guadalquivir Valley, 34 degrees will be exceeded, accompanied by tropical nights. In Mallorca and areas of Catalonia it will reach up to 30 degrees. On the contrary, it will once again be a cool day in the Cantabrian communities, in the upper Ebro and the Pyrenees: Cities like Vitoria, Burgos or Oviedo will barely exceed 15 degrees.

From Tuesday It is “possible” that the heat will intensify. The tropical nights would extend across the southern half and could exceed 34 degrees in the Guadalquivir Valley and in the Guadiana and Tajo and Ebro valleys.