The Spanish Meteorological Agency warns of the risk of major meteorological problems in Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and Valencia, which reach the orange alert.

Position of the squall 'Odette' over Europe.  AEMET / EUMETSAT

Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and Valencia are on orange alert this Sunday due to winds that can reach 100 kilometers per hour in the province of Castellón and adverse coastal phenomena with waves of up to 4 meters, while in Aragon there is a yellow warning for winds of up to 80 kilometers in the Huesca Pyrenees.

The State Meteorological Agency (Aemet) reports this Sunday on its website that the risk is important in the south of Tarragona because of the strong gusts of wind that can reach 90 kilometers per hour.

Also in Catalonia and the Balearic Islands there are orange warning for coastal phenomena adverse in Gerona and Menorca, because in both cases the wind will blow force 8 and the waves will reach 4 meters in height.

In Catalonia also has a yellow alert due to gusts of wind of up to 80 kilometers in the Aran Valley and in the Catalan Pyrenees, and on the southern coasts of Tarragona and Gerona, where strong winds are announced in the sea and waves of up to three meters.

In The Balearic Islands will blow the wind with more intensity, up to 80 kilometers per hour, in Mallorca and Menorca and throughout the archipelago adverse coastal phenomena and strong waves are expected.

In most of the Aragonese community strong wind is expected and it is possible to hit gusts of between 70 and 80 kilometers per hour.

Beyond the alerts, the Aemet foresees for today Sunday showers that could be locally strong in the early hours in the northeast of the Balearic Islands, intervals of strong wind in the Ebro valley, the Pyrenees, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands and temperatures below normal for this time in the extreme north and northeast quadrant of the peninsula, with frosts in the Pyrenees.

Aemet’s predictions suggest that temperatures will drop in the Cantabrian Sea, the Ebro Valley, Aragon and Catalonia and in the Canary IslandsIn the midlands, the decline will be locally notable and will reach values ​​lower than normal for this time in the extreme north and northeast peninsular quadrant, with frosts in the Pyrenees and snow levels of between 1,400 and 1,800 meters.

The wind sIt will go west in the Strait and Alboran, from the northeast in the Canary Islands and from the north or northwest in the rest and it will be strong at the exit of the Ebro, with intervals of strong in the surroundings of the Ebro valley, the Pyrenees, the Empordà, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. In the Balearic Islands, showers are expected in the early hours, accompanied by occasional storms, which could be locally strong in the northeast.

The skies will be cloudy or overcast, with rainfall at the beginning of the day, in the north of Galicia, Cantabrian, upper and middle Ebro, north and east of Castilla y León, as well as Iberian and eastern Central systems, but they will tend to remit in all areas, opening large clearings. In the afternoon the cloudiness will increase in the Pyrenees where, together with the eastern end of the Cantabrian Sea, precipitation is expected that could be accompanied by a storm. In the north of the Canary Islands of greater relief it will be cloudy with probable weak rains, while in the rest there will be slightly cloudy or clear skies.