These are the areas where it will rain today

In recent days the remains of a DANA have left showers, storms and a cool atmosphere in points in the north and east of the Peninsula. However, the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) has already set a date for a radical change of weather and the arrival of heat. Friday will be the last day of the week of storms and in addition to clear skies, temperatures will exceed 30 degrees in much of the territory, even reaching 35ºC.

The AEMET foresees that this Thursdays persists unstable atmosphere in the extreme north of the peninsulawith a predominance of cloudy skies and precipitation. At first, these will be weak and scattered, while in the afternoon they will become more widespread with clouds of evolution. Specifically, it expects them to register Heavier rains in the extreme northeast of Catalonia, which may be accompanied by the occasional storm.

The state agency anticipates that there will be weak frosts in the Pyrenees and western Cantabria and that the snow level in the Pyrenees will be between 1,800 and 2,000 meters. At the same time, he adds that there will be cloudy intervals and evolving clouds in the rest of the northern third of the peninsula, the eastern third and the Balearic Islands. without ruling out morning rainfall in the south of Valencia, as well as some isolated showers in Mallorca, eastern Iberia or Sierra Nevada.

Regarding the rest of the Peninsula, a trend towards stabilization is expected, with intervals of medium and high clouds tending to slightly cloudy. On the other hand, AEMET foresees probable weak haze in the area of ​​Alborán, which at the last minute could extend to the south of the Mediterranean area.

The maximum temperatures They will increase on the Atlantic slope and the Canary Islands and decrease on the peninsular Mediterranean coast and on the Cantabrian slope. Likewise, the minimums will rise in Andalusia, the southern plateau, in the northeast of the peninsula and in the Balearic Islands, while they will fall in the northwest quadrant. Specifically, The provincial capitals that will register the highest values ​​in all of Spain will be Seville with 32ºC, Córdoba with 31ºC and Granada with 29ºC.

Last day of storms

On Friday the skies will generally be slightly cloudy, although it will be necessary to pay attention to the northeast of the Peninsula. There will be more clouds there and the cstormy clouds that will especially affect Aragon, Catalonia and the Valencian Community. These showers could locally reach a certain intensity. In addition, There may also be some showers in the Balearic Islands.

That day The thermal rise will continue in most of the country, although there will be a decrease in points of the Mediterranean such as the Valencian Community due to the arrival of fresh winds from the sea. The most marked rise in temperatures will occur in Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea. In addition, temperatures will exceed 30ºC in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys and even 32ºC in the Guadalquivir valley. Insteadcities like Vitoria, Pamplona, ​​Valencia or Barcelona will be around 20 to 22ºC.

Hot weekend

The clear sky will star in the weather weekend. Hardly any rain is expected, if at most some isolated drizzle in the extreme north of the peninsula. Temperatures will continue to rise practically across the board. He Saturday Temperatures will exceed 30ºC in the Ebro Valley, the central area and the southern half of the peninsula and even 32 to 34ºC in the Guadalquivir Valley. In addition, those 30ºC could be reached on Sunday in points of the northern plateau; the Ebro, a good part of the central area and the southern half of the peninsula would exceed 32ºC and the Tagus, Guadiana and Guadalquivir Valleys would reach or exceed 34ºC. Cities like Seville or Córdoba could exceed 35ºC. The AEMET warns that tropical nights will appear on Sunday -that is, those in which it does not drop below 20ºC-, especially in parts of Andalusia.

On Wednesday, the rains could return

For the following week and despite the uncertainty, the AEMET predicts that the Monday and Tuesday will be days with hardly any rain and hot weather. At dawn, there may be tropical nights in large areas of the southern half of the peninsula and during the day temperatures will once again exceed 32 to 34ºC in points of the northeast of the peninsula and the northern plateau and also in large areas of the center and south of the Peninsula. Starting on Wednesday, a thermal decline could begin that would be accompanied by an increase in instability with rains and storms again in the northern half of the peninsula.