One frontal system that drags a cold and humid mass of air of Atlantic origin will leave from Thursday cloudy or overcast skies with showers and showers, which may be locally intense and persistent on the Cantabrian coast and the Pyrenees area, and accompanied by occasional storms in the northeast of the Balearic Islands and areas of Catalonia. They are also probable, although weaker and more dispersed, in other areas of the northwest and center of the peninsula, without ruling them out in the rest of the Peninsula, especially in mountain areas.
On Friday, they will continue locally intense and persistent rainfall in northern Galicia, Cantabrian area, and upper Ebro, and probably in the form of showers and storms in the Pyrenees and northeast of Catalonia. In Balearic Islands, occasional showers and storms are also expected. In other areas of the north and east of the Peninsula, a certain stabilization is expected compared to previous days.
The Snow level may have a descent in the Pyrenees and the Cantabrian Mountains, until reaching around 1400 / 1600m. In The Canary Islands continue the probability of rain in the north of more prominent islands. The Temperatures will drop in almost the entire country, a drop that could be notable in the northeast third of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands. Winds from the west and northwest in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands, which may be strong or with strong intervals on the coasts and high areas of the north and east of the Peninsula and in the Balearic Islands. From the northeast in the Canary Islands.
The Saturday 26 the abundant rainfall will continue and with some persistence in the north of Galicia, the Cantabrian area and the Pyrenees. In Balearic Islands, there is also the possibility of occasional showers and storms. The probability of rainfall is restricted to mountainous areas of the northern half of the peninsula, maintaining the stabilization trend of the previous day.
A from Sunday 27, predominance of the anticyclonic situation in the Peninsula, although in the Cantabrian and north of Navarra the rainfall will continue, which may be locally persistent, and in the Balearic Islands, a shower is not ruled out. In The Canary Islands continue the probability of rain in the north of more prominent islands.
Alert this Monday
The risk (yellow) due to heavy rains and storms will be limited this Monday at provinces of Gerona and Barcelona in Catalonia and the islands of Mallorca and Menorca, after several days of general rainfall in much of the Peninsula, as reported by the Meteorology Statal Agency (AEMET), which this Monday expects a day of cloudy skies and rainfall that will also affect the Cantabrian Sea.
Thus, they will have a yellow warning for the risk of rainfall, which may accumulate more than 20 liters per square meter in an hour, in the pre-Pyrenees of Barcelona and in the Pyrenees of GeronaBoth areas in which the risk of storms also persists.
In general, a start of the week is expected with cloudy or overcast skies in the extreme north of the peninsula, with showers and some occasional storms that may be persistent in the easternmost Cantabrian Y locally strong in the Catalan Pyrenees.
It also foresees that they register showers and storms in the Balearic Islands and it is not ruled out that they become strong in the archipelago. Less likely and in a weaker and more dispersed way, they could also occur in other areas of the northern third of the peninsula and the mountains of Castellón.
In the rest of the Peninsula the AEMET has forecast cloudy intervals while in the Canary Islands the day will be slightly cloudy or clear skies, although with some low clouds in the north. Possible morning fog banks are expected in the west of the northern plateau.
The Maximum temperatures will rise in the Gulf of Cádiz and will fall in the Basque Country, Catalonia and the areas of the Valencian Community. The minimum they will go down in the west of the plateau and will go up in the southern interior of Andalusia, while in the rest no changes are expected.
Finally, the AEMET expects the wind to blow from the northwest in the Basque Country, trade winds in the Canary Islands and from the west in the Strait, with light winds in the rest of the country.