The State Meteorological Agency foresees falling temperatures in almost the entire country and that a front will arrive from the Atlantic in the middle of the week.

The map of minimum temperatures in Spain.

In much of the country, a predominance of slightly cloudy or clear skies is expected for this Monday. However, in the surroundings of the northeast of Catalonia, the north of the Valencian Community and the eastern Iberian system, cloudy intervals and evolution cloudiness, with occasional showers and thunderstorms. During the morning they may also affect the Gulf of Valencia and the coast of Catalonia.

Likewise, in the eastern Cantabrian there is a probability of weak rains in the first half of the day. In areas of the peninsular southeast quadrant, morning low clouds are expected, and also evolutionary cloudiness in mountainous areas. Possible morning mists or fogs in Galicia, Cantabrian, Upper Ebro and Mediterranean area.

Daytime temperatures decreasing in the eastern third of the peninsula, Andalusia, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, and increasing in the rest of the Peninsula. Even if they will maintain normal values ​​in general, it is likely to exceed 34-36 degrees in the southwest of the peninsula.

Trade winds in the Canary Islands with strong intervals. North component wind in the north of the peninsula, with strong intervals in Ampurdán and Menorca. Eastern component in the rest of the Mediterranean area, with intervals of Levante in the Strait. Lazy on the rest.

Tuesday 25

In most of the country, a predominance of little cloudy or clear skies. Only in the north of Galicia and Asturias will cloud cover increase throughout the day with the possibility of some light rain on the northwest coast of Galicia. Cloudy intervals in the north of the Canary Islands of greater relief.

Possible isolated morning mists or fogs in Galicia, Cantabrian Sea, upper Ebro, eastern and south-eastern interior and Mediterranean coastlines. Possible high haze in the Canary Islands.

Rising temperatures in most of the country, notable in the upper Ebro, Iberian system, and eastern Cantabrian, with a decline in western Galicia. Although they will maintain normal values ​​in general, it is likely that they will exceed 34-36 degrees in the southwest quadrant of the peninsula.

Trade winds in the Canary Islands with strong intervals. Southern component in the eastern Mediterranean area. Levante in Alboran with strong intervals in the Strait. Lazy on the rest.

Wednesday 26

Will continue slightly cloudy or clear skies in most of the country, except in the Cantabrian Sea, where cloudy skies or cloudy intervals and the possibility of weak rains are expected, mainly in the western sector. Evolution cloudiness and low probability of a shower in the Catalan Pyrenees are not ruled out. Intervals of low morning clouds on the coast of Tarragona and the Strait area.

Increasing daytime temperatures in western Galicia, southern half of the Peninsula, the Balearic Islands, and the Canary Islands, and decreasing in the Cantabrian and upper Ebro. Values ​​higher than normal in much of the eastern, southern and central peninsula.

Levante in the Strait, and Alisios in the Canary Islands with intervals of strong intensity in the western islands. Predominance of the north and northeast on the Cantabrian coast. Light winds in the rest.

Thursday 27

It is very likely that an Atlantic front will affect the northwest of the Peninsula, with rainfall in the northwest of Galicia and the western Cantabrian Sea, which could extend to the rest of Galicia and the extreme north of the peninsula. Evolutionary cloudiness and possibility of occasional showers and storms in the Pyrenees. In the rest of the country there will be little cloudy or clear skies, with some intervals of high cloudiness in the Peninsula, and low clouds in the Strait area.

Rising daytime temperatures in the eastern Cantabrian, upper Ebro and southern areas of Andalusia. With few changes or declining in the rest, in general.

Wind with a predominance of the western component in the Peninsula, with breezes on the east coast of the peninsula, and the southern component in the Balearic Islands. In the Canary Islands Alisios, with intervals of strong increasing during the day.

Friday 28

An Atlantic front is expected to affect the extreme north of the peninsula with rainfall in the Cantabrian and upper Ebro, more abundant in its eastern half, and in the form of showers and storms in much of the northeast of the peninsula. They may be locally strong in the Pyrenees, and north of Aragon and Catalonia. Little cloudy or clear in the rest of the Peninsula with intervals of medium and high cloudiness in the northern half. In the Canary Islands cloudy in the north of the islands of more relief.

Temperatures in an almost general decrease, more pronounced in the Cantabrian Sea, Galicia and the Atlantic slope of the peninsula. In the south of the Mediterranean area, little change or on the rise. The Winds will be from the west and northwest on the Atlantic and Cantabrian slopes, with strong intervals on the coastline. Trade winds in the Canary Islands with strong intervals.

From Saturday 29 to September 1

On Saturday 29, the rainfall in the eastern Cantabrian, and showers and storms in the Pyrenees, Catalonia, the Levante area, the Balearic Islands and the Gulf of Valencia, where they may be locally intense, slightly cloudy or clear in the rest of the Peninsula with intervals of medium and high cloudiness. In the Canary Islands, the probability of weak rains increases in the north of the islands of greater relief. Temperatures in almost general decline, and there may be a rise in Galicia.

As of Sunday August 30, in most of Spain stable weather is expected to prevail, with slightly cloudy or clear skies. However, in the Mediterranean area, with easterly component winds, the possibility of showers continues and storms in the northeast quadrant of the peninsula, more probable and intense in the surroundings of the south of Catalonia, the Balearic Islands and the Gulf of Valencia; Precipitation, generally weak, is also expected in the Cantabrian Sea, and in the north of the more prominent Canary Islands. Temperatures will begin to rise in much of the west and north of the peninsula, although a decline is expected in the south-southeast thirds. In the Canary Islands, on Sunday in decline, and in ascent from Monday.