The AEMET warns of the arrival of several fronts that will bring rain and storms to these areas

The weekend will be marked by stable weather in most of the country, although In several parts of Spain it will be time to take out the umbrella. This Saturday a front will affect the Cantabrian Sea and will leave skies covered practically in the entire north with precipitation that will be more abundant and persistent in Galicia. The rains could also reach Asturias, Cantabria, the Basque Country, Navarra and in a more dispersed way in Castilla y León and Aragón. On Sunday instability will affect more areas.

Temperatures will rise this Saturday across almost the entire country to 29ºC on a day in which some areas of Galicia will be under warning for storms and waves. Specifically, these are A Coruña and Pontevedra (Galicia), under a storm warning and A Coruña, in addition, due to coastal phenomena.

According to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), a frontal system will affect the northwest half of the peninsula and will leave cloudy or overcast skies and precipitation in the northwest third. In addition, the rains will be persistent in western Galicia, where greater accumulations are expected. Even so, they will tend to slow down in the afternoon.

Meanwhile, the rest of the northwestern half will be cloudy or with cloudy intervals and there is a chance of seeing some weaker precipitation, less likely the further south and east one is. At the same time, slightly cloudy skies or with intervals of high clouds will predominate in the rest of the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands and slightly cloudy or clear skies in the Canary Islands with some intervals during the first half of the day in the north of the most important islands. On the other hand, the snow level will be around 2,000 meters in the Pyrenees, an area to which light frosts will be restricted.

Maximum and minimum temperatures will tend to increase practically across the board. Thus, the highest values ​​in the entire country will be recorded in Seville and Zaragoza (with 29ºC); Córdoba, Murcia and Valencia (with 28ºC); and Alicante, Granada, Jaén, Logroño, Teruel and Toledo (with 26ºC).

The arrival of new fronts on Sunday that will continue to leave abundant rains in Galicia. Showers, occasionally stormy, are also expected in large areas of Castilla y León, northern Extremadura, Cantabrian communities, Alto Ebro and the western Pyrenees, without ruling out some isolated downpour in points of the central area and the southern half.

That day colder air will enter and temperatures will drop slightly in the west and center of the peninsula, although in the north and east they will continue to rise. 30 degrees will be reached in points of the Ebro valley, such as in Zaragoza, and also in the interior of the Mediterranean regions. One more day, Murcia will reach 32º.

On Monday the rains will subside in Galicia with the shift of atmospheric instability towards the northeast. It will rain in the Cantabrian communities and, above all, in the afternoon in Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y León, Aragón, Castilla-La Mancha, Valencian Community and Catalonia, where it could be strong.

That day temperatures will drop sharply in the northeast of the peninsula as a result of cloudier skies, showers and the arrival of colder air. The temperature drop could be milder in the rest of the eastern peninsula, while in coastal areas temperatures would rise as there is no breeze. It will be a day of “important thermal contrasts”; While cities like Bilbao, Logroño, Pamplona or Oviedo will only be around 14 or 16º maximum temperatures, others like Valencia or Murcia will be around 29 or 30 degrees, says Del Campo.