These are the most affected areas

A front associated with Pierrick storm will finish crossing the peninsula and the Balearic Islands this Tuesday, and will cause a thermal collapse of up to 11 degrees in the eastin addition to alerts for maritime storms, strong gusts of wind or snow.

Canary Islands and Catalonia They are on orange alert (significant risk) due to rough seas and rwind speeds of 90 kilometers per hour and this last community also has the yellow alert activated (risk for certain activities) due to snow in the Arán Valley, the same as seven other communities due to some of these inclemencies.

The communities in yellow level due to wind, snow at high levels or/and sea storm are Aragon, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Cantabria, Galicia, Basque Country and the Valencian Communityaccording to the predictions of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) on its website

On the coast of Tarragona (Catalonia), on orange alert, northwest winds will blow at 60 to 70 km/h (force 8). The Canary Islands are also at orange risk level due to wind gusts of up to 90 kilometers per hour on the islands of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and La Gomera, although in general the wind will blow strongly on all the islands. Likewise, maritime storms, yellow level, are expected in practically the entire Canary archipelago, according to Aemet.

The wind will leave gusts of 80 kilometers per hour in Tarragona (Catalonia) and Castellón (Valencian Community) and it will also blow with intensity in the lower Aragón of Teruel, up to 70 kilometers per hour. Maritime storms are also expected, at a yellow risk level, on the Cantabrian coast with waves of up to 5 meters, in areas of Galicia such as A Coruña and Lugo, in the Basque Country, in Girona (Catalonia) and on the island of Menorca (Balearic Islands).

As for the rainsthe front associated with Pierrick will finish crossing the peninsula and will give rise to stormy showers that may be locally strong in parts of Catalonia and the Balearic Islands. The showers will decrease throughout the day. It will also be an unstable day with downpours in the Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and the upper Ebreither. On the contrary, the anticyclone will gain weight in the rest of the peninsula, with slightly cloudy skies in the southern half and abundant low cloudiness in the morning and diurnal evolution in the afternoon in the north.

Collapse of temperatures

Temperatures will rise in the extreme west of the peninsula and the Canary Islands, and will drop noticeably in the eastern half and the Balearic Islands, and to an extraordinary degree in the Pyrenees and nearby areas. It will be a cool day for the time of year, with maximum temperatures in many cases below 15ºC in the interior of the northern half.and.

Thus, the drops will be 11 degrees less compared to this Monday in Pamplona; 9 in Huesca, Lleida and Logroño; 8 in Bilbao and San Sebastián; 7 in Murcia, Soria, Teruel and Vitoria; and 6 in Albacete and Palma, reports Servimedia. It will be colder than winter in Burgos (11 degrees at most); Ávila, Pamplona, ​​Soria and Vitoria (12), and Palencia and Segovia (13). On the other hand, the heat will be felt in Murcia (25), Castellón de la Plana and Santa Cruz de Tenerife (23), and Alicante, Cádiz, Huelva, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria and Valencia (22).

Time change on Wednesday

He Wednesday The anticyclone will be centered over the south of France and will exert its influence on the Peninsula, preventing the passage of storms. The presence of a storm in the Mediterranean could leave some instability in the Balearic Islands with some showers in the archipelago. At the same time, it could also rain lightly in the Eastern Cantabrian Sea and the Pyrenees. In the rest, the skies will remain slightly cloudy and without rain.

Temperatures will begin a general rise and they will exceed 18ºC degrees in the early afternoon in large areas of the center, east and south of the Peninsula and will reach around 25ºC maximum in the interior of the Mediterranean communities. The wind will continue to blow with intensity in some areas, especially in the northeast of the Peninsula, where the Cierzo and Tramuntana gusts will be intense, both in the northeast of the Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands.

Summer heat on the weekend

The thermal rise will continue both on Thursday and Friday and will peak on the weekend. Maximum temperatures will exceed 25ºC in most of the territory and many cities will register values ​​close to 30ºCespecially over the weekend, where thermometers could be between 12 and 16ºC above usual in the northern interior of the peninsula.

In this context, details that, for example, in the interior of Catalonia and around the Ebro valley, temperatures could reach 30ºC; Extremadura will be around 28ºC or 29ºC and Castilla y León, Community of Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha, interior of the Valencian Community, Balearic Islands and Andalusia could be around 26ºC to 29ºC. The meteorological portal warns that the maximum temperatures on the Cantabrian coast would be “somewhat shorter” but will still exceed 20ºC.

The highest temperatures in the entire country will be in the Canary Islands during the weekend, where almost all the islands They could reach 30ºC and occasionally 32ºC or 34ºC.