These will be the most affected areas

The first days of the week the weather will stabilize, with less clouds and also less rain. However, the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET) predicts a change of weather for mid-week. It will be from Thursday when new Atlantic storms They will arrive in the country leaving more abundant rains in the west and central area. The temperatures will rise progressively until they reach normal values ​​and then, looking ahead to next weekend, they are expected to be higher than usual for the time.

For now, this Monday the storm of rain, snow and wind that during the weekend has kept almost all of Spain on alert subsides. Some instability will still persist in the north of the country, with rains and showers in the Cantabrian Sea, the Pyrenees and the northeast of Catalonia, locally strong, and which will be snow from about 1,400 meters, said Rubén del Campo, spokesperson for the Aemet. In the rest, They will open up more and more clearly.

Eight autonomous communities in the north and northeast of the peninsula, including the Balearic Islands, are on yellow alert. (risk for certain activities) due to waves of up to 5 meters in the case of coastal areas and also due to strong wind and snowfall in mountain areas and avalanches in the Pyrenees. Specifically, due to the risk of coastal phenomena, they are at the yellow risk level. Asturias, Cantabria, Basque Country and Balearic Islandswhich is also due to wind, just like Catalonia which has also activated the alert for snowfall.

Likewise, at the eastern end, the Valencian Community is on wind alert, while in the case of Aragon and Navarra Yellow warnings are for avalanches. In it Aran Valley in Lleida (Catalonia) Snowfall is expected with accumulations of 5 cm in 24 hours from levels around 1,300 meters.

There will also be strong wind gusts between 70 and 80 kilometers per hour in Balearic Islands, Tarragona (Catalonia) and Castellón (Valencian Community). Coastal phenomena are also expected on the Asturian, Cantabrian and Cantabrian coasts. Basque Country with waves of between 4 and 5 meters and there will also be a sea storm in Menorca and Mallorca (Balearic Islands). In it Huesca Pyrenees (Aragon) and Navarrese the yellow risk is due to avalanches after the recent snowfalls and the wind

As for the temperatures, the maximums will tend to increase and the minimums too, although only in the northeast. It will be colder in Ávila and Segovia (9 degrees), and León and Lugo (10), and warmer in Santa Cruz de Tenerife (24) and Castellón de la Plana, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Murcia and Valencia (22).

Tuesday will be a calmer day. Due to the slightly cloudy skies and the presence of weaker winds, an early morning with frost is expected on the northern plateau and also in the moors of the central zone, leaving below zero provincial capitals such as Teruel, Valencia, Ávila or Burgos, although in the central hours of the day a clear thermal increase is expected compared to Monday.

Temperatures rise

This day, the thermometers will show between 4 and 6 more than the previous day in much of the country, except for the Mediterranean coast, where somewhat cooler easterly winds are expected; By provincial capitals Seville will rise to 23 degrees, Córdoba, Murcia and Huelva 21 degrees and in Zaragoza, Valencia, Tarragona, Pontevedra, Orense, Málaga, Jaén, Granada, Castellón, Cádiz, Bilbao and Cáceres (among others) the maximum temperatures will range between 18-20 degrees. The recovery of temperatures will have “continuity” Wednesdaya day in which both the night and day temperatures will rise, which will leave values ​​above 15 degrees in almost the entire country and even 20-23 degrees in A Coruña, San Sebastián, Bilbao, Seville and CórdobaDel Campo advances.

New storm

During the Thursday and Fridaya front associated with an Atlantic storm will get closer to the peninsula, but Its effects will be felt only in Galicia and nearby areas of the northwest of the peninsula.said the spokesperson, who does not rule out these two days, and in isolation, some typical spring shower of little importance in areas of the northern half. Night temperatures will continue to rise and maximum temperatures will remain above 20 degrees in the Cantabrian Sea, the Mediterranean area and the south of the peninsula, and even cities such as Alicante, Valencia or Murcia could reachs 24 degrees.

The weather for the weekend

As for the weekendthe AEMET expects stable weather to continue in most of the country with fronts associated with Atlantic storms only touching the extreme north of the peninsula and with temperatures that will continue to rise. In almost all of Spain the thermometers will read more than 18 degrees in the central hours of the day and more than 25 degrees in the east and south of the peninsula. In Murcia it could even rise to 28 degrees.