Scorching temperatures in Spain this week with 35C in some areas Credit: Twitter @AEMET_Esp
Spain’s National Meteorological Agency has warned of rising temperatures across most of the country this week from Monday May 16 to Friday May 20.
Spain is expected to experience a rise in temperatures this week, warns the Spanish National Meteorological Agency.
“This week we will have to keep an eye on rising temperatures🌡️. Tuesday’s map in the image, with values above 35°C in the Ebro Valley/Guadalquivir, is already reminiscent of summer, but it is expected to increase much more throughout the week,” AEMET tweeted. .
⚠️ Esta semana habrá que ir vigilance la subida de temperaturas🌡️. El mapa del martes en imagen, con valores por encima de 35ºC in valle del Ebro/Guadalquivir, recuerda y el verano, pero se espera que suban significantly más a lo largo semana. + info: https://t.co/4c9Fhx3FwF pic.twitter.com/wU3QYfuNwQ
— AEMET (@AEMET_Esp) May 15, 2022
Credit: Twitter @AEMET_Esp
AEMET’s forecast for temperatures in Spain over the coming week is as follows:
Monday, May 16.
Daytime temperatures in Spain are expected to rise, except in the northeast of the peninsula, the Balearic and Canary Islands, where they will remain unchanged. Nighttime temperatures rise in the extreme southeast of the peninsula and fall over most of the rest of the peninsula.
Southwest winds on the Atlantic side of the Iberian Peninsula, with strong intervals on the Galician coast. To the west on the south coast of the Iberian Peninsula, to the south on the Balearic Islands and to the northeast on the Canary Islands. Light and variable in the rest of the area.
Tuesday, May 17.
Temperatures in Spain on the rise, except in the northwestern peninsula, the Mediterranean area and the Canary Islands, where they will remain unchanged.
Southwest winds in Galicia and on the northern plateau, with strong intervals on the Galician coast. To the west in the Strait of Gibraltar and to the northeast in the Canary Islands. Light and variable in the rest.
Wednesday May 18.
Maximum temperatures will fall in northern Galicia and western Asturias but increase in most of the interior of the peninsula and on the northern coast of Catalonia. Temperatures are expected to exceed 35°C in the Guadalquivir Valley and the Middle Ebro. Minimum temperatures will drop in Galicia. Little change in the rest. East light in the Strait of Gibraltar. Variable light wind in the rest of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, becoming west in the Cantabrian Sea and tending south in the rest. Alizé in the Canary Islands.
Thursday May 19.
Maximum temperatures will increase in the western third of the Iberian Peninsula and tend to decrease in eastern Catalonia and inland Valencia. Temperatures are expected to exceed 35°C in the Guadalquivir Valley and possibly also in the Tagus and Guadiana Valleys. Minimum temperatures will increase in the center of the peninsula and also in the Pyrenees region. Little change in the rest.
The winds will tend to become more easterly and intensify. The winds will blow from the southeast in the Ebro Valley and the eastern third of the Iberian Peninsula and from the east in the Balearic Islands. To the east in the Strait of Gibraltar, stronger and stronger. Mainly south in the western third of the Iberian Peninsula. Trade winds in the Canary Islands.
From Friday May 20.
With some uncertainty, temperatures are expected to rise, with highs exceeding 35°C in the Tagus, Guadiana and Guadalquivir valleys. A northerly wind is expected in western Galicia and predominantly light easterly winds in the rest of the peninsula and the Balearic Islands, although with strong easterly winds in the Strait of Gibraltar. In the Canary Islands, trade winds, with cloudy intervals in the north of the islands and perhaps some weak and local rains in the islands of greater relief. Temperatures unchanged.
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