These are the most affected areas

The deep, high-impact storm Monica says goodbye this Sunday with notices in 15 autonomous communities and Melilla, for adverse phenomena such as snow, rain, wind or rough seasalthough with less intensity than this Saturday, according to the prediction of the State Meteorological Agency (Aemet).

There is orange notice -significant risk- on the coasts of A Coruña, Asturias, Cantabria, Pontevedra and Vizcaya due to waves of six to seven meters, depending on the areas, reports Servimedia. The rest of the warnings are yellow level -risk-, some due to snowfall that could leave between 3 and 10 centimeters thick in areas of Ávila, Salamanca and Segovia (Central System); Asturias (Cantabrian Mountains, Picos de Europa and southwest), Burgos (Cantabrian and Iberian Mountains), Cáceres (north) and Cuenca (mountains).

The same occurs with Guadalajara (Molina parameras), Huesca (Pyrenees), La Rioja (Iberian), León and Palencia (Cantabrian Mountains), Madrid (mountain range), Soria (Iberian and Central System), Teruel (Albarracín and Jiloca) and Zamora (Sanabria).

On the other hand, Meteorology has activated the yellow warning for gusts of 70 to 80 km/h in places in Albacete, Alicante, Almería, Granada, Murcia and Valencia; rain in Asturias and bad seas in Almería, Granada, Guipúzcoa, Lugo, Mallorca, Melilla and all of the Canary Islands except the west, east and south of Gran Canaria and Tenerife.

The storm will bring cloudy or overcast skies and almost widespread rainfall in the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, although less abundant and more occasional than in previous days. The rains will be more intense and frequent in Galicia, the Cantabrian Sea, the western Pyrenees and the southeastern mountains, even locally strong and/or persistent on the coasts of Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea. It is unlikely that it will rain on the coast of Huelva and the Mediterranean area, except for the Balearic Islands and the exit of the Ebro, where there may be showers.

Temperatures will rise throughout the peninsula except in the Cantabrian provinces, Aragón and Lleida, where they will drop. It will be colder in Ávila, Segovia and Soria (9 degrees), and Cuenca (10), while it will be warmer in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (24), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (22) and Castellón de la Plana and Murcia ( twenty-one).

New storm for next week

For the first days of next week, the trend is for the weather to stabilize, with less clouds and also less rain. Although it will still rain on Monday in northern areas, with snowfall above 1,000 to 1,2000 meters. Tuesday will be a more stable day

However, on Wednesday new Atlantic storms will arrive in the country, which will leave more abundant rains in the west and central area, although again this rainfall will be less likely in the Mediterranean.

Temperatures in general will rise throughout the week to reach normal values ​​and then, heading into next weekend, probably higher temperatures than usual for the season.