These are the affected areas

The influence of Storm Dorothea will make the weather this Wednesday adverse in the northeast of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, with areas affected by strong gusts of wind, snowfall, rough seas or the risk of avalanches. Catalonia continues at significant risk (orange warning) due to snowfall and avalanches as well as strong wind and rough seas, as do the archipelagos, given the prediction of waves of up to 12 meters in Menorcawhile four other communities in the northeast are in yellow meteorological level.

Specifically, at the yellow level, with risk for certain activities due to those same inclemencies or some of them, there are Aragon, Castilla-La Mancha, Navarra and the Valencian Communityas well as the autonomous city of Melilla, according to the forecast of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

In Catalonia it is in orange level Ampurdán (Girona)due to streaks of 100 kilometers per hour and maritime storm due to wind of 60 to 80 km/h (force 8 to 9) and waves of 4 to 5 meters. Also in Tarragona Gusts of up to 100 kilometers per hour and waves of between 2 to 3 meters are expected occasionally. In general, the winds will blow strongly in almost the entire community and maritime storms will predominate on the coast. In addition, it will snow in the Girona Pyrenees, with accumulations of 10 cm in 24 hours from 1,000-1,200 meters and there is a risk of avalanches in the Aran Valley (Lleida).

In Balearicsin Menorca, the gusts will be up to 90 kilometers per hour, with maritime storm and waves of 4 to 7 meters, even some of 12 meters. Also in that community, the island of Mallorca is in orange, due to maritime storms and waves of 4 to 6 meters, specifically 10 meters. In yellow they are also Ibiza and Formentera.

In Canaria, the seven islands will be at risk from waves and wind. More in detail, Tenerife, El Hierro, La Gomera and Gran Canaria They will have a yellow warning for wind and waves, while in Lanzarote It will be raised to an orange warning due to waves and in La Palma due to wind. FuenteventuraFor its part, it will only have a yellow warning for waves.

Aragon There is a wind warning throughout the territory: Teruel and Zaragoza are on a yellow warning, while Huesca will be on an orange warning for wind and a yellow warning for avalanches. For its part, in Castilla la Mancha They will be under a yellow warning due to Cuenca wind, as will Navarrewhich will have a yellow warning in the Pyrenees due to avalanches.

The Valencian Community There will be a wind warning in Castellón (orange warning) and in Valencia (yellow warning). In Castellón the yellow warning will also be active due to waves. The City of Melilla This Wednesday there will be a yellow warning for waves in the afternoon hours.

For this one Thursday will continue the influence of atlantic circulation, with cloudy skies in the northern half and precipitation that will affect the eastern Cantabrian Sea and the western Pyrenees. It is expected entry and passage of a front from the northwestwhich will increase cloudiness, intensify rainfall and extend it to Galicia, the rest of the Cantabrian Sea and the Pyrenees, Alto Ebro, the Northern Plateau and the Iberian System, without ruling it out in the southern plateau and mountains of eastern Andalusia.

The Precipitation may be snow in the mountains and nearby areas of the northern half, with greater accumulations in the Pyrenees and the western Cantabrian region.with the snow level in the northern half of the peninsula between 1,200 and 1,600 meters, dropping to 700 meters from west to east.

Morning mists and fog banks are also expected in areas of the northern half and western third of the peninsula. In the east of the Balearic Islands, there will still be cloudy intervals without ruling out some isolated showers and in the rest, slightly cloudy skies will predominate. In the Canary Islands, there will be an increase in cloudiness that will be more abundant in the north of the mountainous islands, where precipitation is expected without being ruled out in the rest.

That day, maximum temperatures will increase in most parts of the country, although there are expected declines in the northwest and the Canary Islands. The minimums will tend to decrease in the northern third. Weak frosts are expected in mountain areas of the northern and southeastern half of the peninsula, the northern plateau and the east of the southern plateau, which will be more intense in the Pyrenees. In addition, very strong gusts of wind are expected in the Lower Ebro and trade winds with strong intervals and very strong gusts in exposed areas.