A clear Saturday with good temperatures will give way to a Sunday, with a change of time included, cold and stormy.

The entry of the cold front in late October.  Meteored / tiempo.com.

The rainfall will be remitting this Friday, without disappearing completely in Galicia, west of Castile and Leon, Estremadura and the westernmost area of ​​Andalusia. Temperatures will drop in much of the country, except in the Canary Islands.

The Saturday will be a day of transition, with slightly cloudy skies, in general, and a slight rise in maximum temperatures. Solo the rains will persist in Galicia. The wind will be light and variable, according to José Antonio Maldonado, director of Meteorology at Meteored.

As wide the Meteorology Statal Agency (Aemet), a Atlantic front will be getting closer to the Peninsula, leaving cloudy or overcast skies in western Galicia, with more intense rainfall starting in the afternoon, which could be locally strong or persistent in the late hours. Rainfall will spread at the end of the day to the rest of Galicia and the surroundings of the western Cantabrian mountain range.

At Eastern and eastern Pyrenees of the Balearic Islands, cloudy intervals in the early hours, without ruling out the occasional shower. Intervals of low morning clouds and possible fog banks in areas of the peninsular Atlantic slope, most likely in the southern plateau. Cloudy or with cloudy intervals in the north of the Canary Islands. Predominance of little cloudy in the rest of the country.

The Daytime temperatures will thus go on an almost general increase in the Peninsula, more pronounced in Galicia and the Cantabrian Sea, although few changes or a decrease are expected in the Mediterranean area. Nighttime declines in general, except in the extreme northwest of the peninsula and in the Canary Islands, with few changes or on the rise.

The winds will be trade winds in the Canary Islands, wind from the west on the Alboran coast, and from the northwest, rolling to the southwest in the rest of the Mediterranean area. From the southwest in the northwest third of the peninsula, increasing during the day, being strong on the Galician coast, and with strong gusts in the rest of Galicia and the western Cantabrian mountain range.

Cold Sunday …

The Sunday, the front that the previous day will have penetrated through Galicia will move from west to east through the interior of the Peninsula, giving rise to rainfall in most of the country, some heavy and stormy. What’s more, thesnow level will drop to 1200 meters in the Cantabrian Mountains and to 1400 in the Pyrenees.

The front, which is associated with a powerful Atlantic low, will sweep the Peninsula from west to east, leaving cloudy or overcast skies, Aemet specifies. Will produce Almost general rains and showers on the Atlantic, Cantabrian and Pyrenees slopes, and may be locally strong, persistent and with storms in the first half of the day in Galicia and western Cantabrian. On the Mediterranean slope, only intervals of medium and high clouds are expected.

After the passage of the front, it is expected that the rains will subside in large areas of the center of the peninsula. In the Canary Islands, cloudy or with cloudy intervals, more abundant in the north. Probable morning fog banks in the surroundings of the mountain systems of the peninsular northwest, without ruling them out in the lower Guadalquivir.

Maximum temperatures decreasing in the extreme north and the peninsular Atlantic slope. Little change or on the rise in the rest. Trade winds in the Canary Islands, with strong intervals in the islands of greater relief. Winds from the west and southwest in the rest of the country, with strong intervals and possible very strong gusts in the northwest third, mountain areas and peninsular coastlines and in the Balearic Islands.

After the front line, the weather board will change radically and the month of October will end with little rainfall; in any case, some in areas of the northern third of the peninsula.

… and time change

The early morning of next Sunday, October 25, summer time will end when at 03.00 hours the clocks are set back and they will once again mark 02.00 hours in Spain. In this way, winter time will be recovered for another year, in accordance with the European Directive on Time Change that is applied in all EU States.