While there may be “generous” rains in areas of the Cantabrian and Mediterranean, the rest will experience a month drier than normal.

Hot and cold temperature anomalies in Europe.  Meteored.

This weekend, from October 30 to November 1, in almost the whole country anticyclonic weather, with little cloudy or clear skies Y rising daytime temperatures that even will exceed 25 degrees in Andalusia and on the shores of the Mediterranean as reported by Meteorology Statal Agency (Aemet).

However, low clouds, mists and morning fogs are expected in Galicia and the northern plateau, locally persistent in the Duero basin, as well as intervals of low clouds in the Alboran Sea and the north of the Canary Islands. It is expected that Saturday afternoon and Sunday some occur Scattered showers and showers in the extreme northwest of the peninsula.

Until the next Monday this “guaranteed no rain and rising temperatures”In most of the country, has indicated Ruben Del Campo, spokesperson for the Aemet, who has highlighted that the maximum values ​​will be between 5 and 10 degrees above normal for this time of year, more typical of September.

Del Campo has advanced that, as a consequence of the presence of high pressures in most of the country, they also foresee frequent fogs and low clouds -Usually at this time- especially in interior areas, which will favor in these areas cooler temperatures and greater difficulty in dispersing pollutants.

For Saturday, the daytime will rise in much of the north and center of the peninsula, more pronounced in the Cantabrian coast, in the extreme south of Andalusia and in the Canary Islands and, with respect to the minimums, they will also register an almost general rise, Del Campo has detailed.

This day, Murcia and Córdoba will register the maximum with 28 and 27 degrees respectively; at interior of the peninsula, Madrid will rise two degrees more compared to the previous day, standing at 21 degrees, and as a significant data, only the provinces of the community of Castile and Leon will be below 20 degrees.

On Sunday the highs will remain with little change, although in areas of the south of the peninsula and in the Ebro valley there may be an ascent, while the minimums will increase in points of the peninsular northwest.

Starting next week, especially during the day on Tuesday, a “Marked change of time”, the spokesperson observed, to explain that the Azores anticyclone will be strengthened and, together with the formation of a storm to the southwest of the peninsula, will lead to a significant flow of north winds.

These winds could leave rainfall in the northern half of the peninsula and in the central area on Tuesday, with temperatures that will drop from 6 to 9 degrees Celsius in areas of the northern half.

As of Wednesday, and with greater uncertainty, the spokesperson explained that the “predominant scenario” is that of an increase in instability with “possible rains anywhere on the peninsula”, accompanied by winds from the east and south and with records that will decline sharply until Wednesday, to recover from Thursday.

In the archipelagos, the Balearic Islands have little chance of any precipitation, and temperatures will drop on Tuesday and Wednesday, to recover later; in Canary Islands, the week will begin with a trade wind regime, to make way Wednesday or Thursday rainy with winds of north and west component.

Weather for November

In the first days of november winds from the east or northeast will predominate due to a displacement of high pressures towards the British Isles or Scandinavia, reports Samuel Biener, a Meteored expert.

With this weather scenario, Everything indicates that temperatures will be higher than normal in the south and southwest of the peninsula. In the whole of the month, these areas could have records up to 1 ºC above the average, while in the rest of the southern half, interior and Baleares, these positive anomalies appear to be between 0.25 and 0.5 ºC. In the north the values ​​will be normal, as in Canary Islands.

Throughout november the hours of sunlight decrease by almost an hour and, in addition, it usually have enough cloudiness, making it a pretty gray month. The average temperature drops to 10.7 ºC and, on average, 75 liters per square meter are collected in the country.

Regarding precipitation, the model of the Meteored Department of Meteorology indicates that there will be usual records for the month of November on the southeast coast and in the Gulf of Valencia, although we must not forget the irregularity of the autumn showers.

For the moment, the maps show that in the first fortnightthe rains could be generous in some areas of the east and the Balearic Islands, also in the eastern Cantabrian Sea. In the restthe precipitations will be rather scarce, especially in the extreme western peninsula and in the Strait.