The AEMET has launched an alert for this weekend in which mobility can be a risk, maximum caution on the road given the high probability of snow and precipitation. The arrival of this polar front has left the country below zero. With extremely low temperatures for the time of year. There are many who have plans to see the snow on a weekend in which the AEMET has launched one of its most serious alerts of the season.
Media Spain on alert by the AEMET given the high probability of snow and precipitation, be very careful on the road
27/01 09:01 #AEMET #FMA orange level by coastal for today in Catalonia. . Image in effect at 09:01 (table updated by CLICKING ON THE IMAGE), or visit https://t.co/aIJV7DDYto https://t.co/JwjAKwA1d4
— AEMET (@AEMET_Esp) January 27, 2023
The arrival of this intense winter It has caused more than one setback. In the face of extreme temperatures that have caused the first heavy snowfall. The entire country is paralyzed and is reaching levels never seen for January, snow is a reality that has arrived almost abruptly with the inconvenience it generates.
As indicated by the AEMET in its social networks: “Significant accumulations of snow in the Cantabrian area and north of the Central and Iberian systems. Widespread frosts, strong in the Pyrenees. Strong wind or with very strong gusts on the coasts of Galicia, Ampurdán, the north of the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, the Pyrenees, the Central and Iberian systems and the Ebro valley.
For this weekend the snow level is extremely low: “The snow levels in the Pyrenees will be about 300/500 m, 600/800 in the western Cantabrian, and 400/600 m in the rest of the Cantabrian area and Central and Iberian systems.” With which widespread snowfall is expected given the increase in cloudiness that will arrive with the weekend.
The AEMET has activated the alert for: “Predominance of cloudy skies in the northwestern thirds and north of the peninsula, with rainfall in the northeast of Galicia and the Cantabrian area, where they may be locally persistent in mountainous areas. Rainfall, weak and scattered in general, is also expected in other areas of northern Galicia, the Pyrenees, the upper Ebro, and the north of the northern plateau, and without ruling it out in the surroundings of the Iberian and Central systems.”
Must be extreme caution in the face of two phenomena that can put anyone driving on a road at risk: rain and heavy snow. Before taking the car it is essential to check the weather forecast and leave home perfectly equipped to deal with any setback.
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