The rebound in temperatures and clear skies will be interrupted by the passage of a trough in the Mediterranean area.

The passage of the trough over the Iberian Peninsula.  AEMET / SINOBAS

The rise in temperatures and clear skies that have followed the cold anomaly that ended August will be interrupted, notably in the mediterranean slope, by the passage of a humid air trough and low pressures between September 1 and 2. The episode will be accompanied by showers and storms, before giving way to a period of general stability before the weekend.

On Tuesday there will be intervals of high clouds in the Peninsula and little rainfall, which will only weakly fall into the Cantabrian communities and the north of the most mountainous Canary Islands, while evolution cloudiness will grow in the afternoon in mountain areas, mainly in the Pyrenees and the Iberian System, where storms could form, as well as in both plateaus and in the surroundings of the Central System, although here in isolation.Temperatures will continue to rise, especially at night in the northern Meseta, where it could be between 6 and 8 degrees higher than today Monday, while in the south of Extremadura and in the Guadalquivir valley it will exceed 30 or 32 degrees in central hours of the day.

Weather: forecast for Tuesday, September 1.

For Wednesday, September 2, generally clear skies are announced, although with possible storms in areas of Catalonia, southern Aragon, Valencian Community, Murcia, eastern Andalusia and the Balearic Islands, which could be extended to other points in the eastern half of the peninsula and on Thursday they would be more limited to Catalonia and the Balearic Islands.

The Valencian Community will have slightly cloudy skies on Wednesday, with Evolution cloudiness in central hours, when showers or storms are expected, more likely and intense in Alicante, with minimum temperatures in slight ascent and maximum in ascent in the interior of Castellón or without changes in the rest and light variable wind, with a predominance of the south and east components.

Aemet has also reported that for this Tuesday, the first day of September, intervals of medium and high clouds are expected, with cloudiness of diurnal evolution and probability of showers in the interior of Castellón in the afternoon and at other points in the northern half at the end of the day.

Temperatures will continue to rise and will be more typical of August than early September, so that on Wednesday it will be around 30 degrees in the Ebro valley, south of the northern plateau and much of the south of the peninsula, where 32 or 34 will be exceeded in the Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys next Thursday.That same day he will cool on the shores of the Cantabrian Sea especially at night -between 22 and 25 degrees-, the same as in the northern plateau, where the nightly minimums will be less than 10 degrees, but during the day the heat will already be moderate in most of the country and will exceed 30 degrees in many areas, while in the south of Galicia it would be around 35 degrees.Facing the On the weekend a rise in temperatures and a warm environment in general are expected, except in the extreme north of the peninsula where it is possible that they will drop somewhat, while the rains will remain in the Cantabrian communities.In Canary Islands Trade winds will prevail throughout the week, with some clouds in the north and possible drizzles, and temperatures will rise slightly but within normal values ​​for the archipelago at this time of year.