After the last few days, in which the spring atmosphere seemed to have been imposed in a large part of the country, we must be alert since we are going to have a new change in the time which will also be radical and in fact it will begin to be felt this Friday and will mark the entire weekend. In fact, AEMET issues a serious warning as Spain must prepare for the toughest weekend in March.
The serious notice of the AEMET for the weekend
The weather seems to have gone “crazy” for this weekend, after days of sun and good temperatures the rains return and also the wind. The AEMET notice of the arrival of a storm a few days ago and it seems that it will finally be felt in a large part of the country, with cloudy skies and rainfall what are they going to be locally persistent in it western Galicia, western Asturias and extreme northwest of Castilla y León.
Already today Friday, most of the western half of the peninsula will have cloudy skiesand any precipitation light that falls will probably end south of the central system by the end of the afternoon. The rest of the Peninsula will experience increasing cloudiness during the afternoonand much of the interior of the Northeast will likely experience light rain.
Also in the Mediterranean regionthe cloudiness will be present today Friday with medium to high clouds They will stay for the weekend. there will be brief periods of cloudiness in the north of the Canary Islandswith light rains in the highest relief and little cloudiness in the south.
In points of the peninsular eastern coast, the region of Melilla and the Ebro Valley they are going to experience morning mist. In addition, low morning clouds in the mountains west of the peninsula are likely to cause Poor visibility.
The Snow cover in the Peninsula it will be in the northwest of the peninsula, from more than 2000 m down to 1300/1500 m, while in the Pyrenees it will be at 1800/2000 m.
On the other hand, the maximum temperatures will decrease, with the exception of the northwest of Galicia and the Mediterranean region, where few changes are expected. Many parts of the interior of the peninsula will experience notably a drop in maximum temperatures. Lows are expected to drop as well.although only in mountainous areas of the Peninsula. The Pyrenean frosts will be weak.
strong wind arrives
This weekend will also be marked by periods of strong winds from the southeast that will affect the Galician coast, as well as from the south over the basque coastwhile the Balearic Islands and the northeast of the peninsula will be subject to easterly and southeasterly winds. The rest of the Peninsula will experience a west or southwest wind. Lastly the northeasterly winds with some strong gusts will be present in the Canary Islands.
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